Choosing a foreign arbitration institution in China – is the China arbitration market finally opening up?

Arbitration has become an important part of commercial dispute resolution in China. For international investors, arbitration has considerable advantages due to its neutrality, enforcement, confidentiality, flexibility, and finality.

Through a set of laws, regulations, judicial interpretations, cases, and policies, China is gradually opening up its once-closed arbitral market by introducing international arbitral institutions that align with international best practice. These steps demonstrate China's resolve to give foreign investors more confidence and promote the growth of foreign direct investment (FDI), China's economy, and international trade.

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