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First commercial arbitration centre formed in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s first commercial arbitration centre has been formed to handle local and international commercial and civil disputes. 17 Jul 2014

Commercial court decision "shows willingness" of English courts to enforce arbitration awards set aside by Russian courts

The Commercial Court in England has upheld awards made against the Russian-state owned energy company Rosneft by a Russian arbitration, even though those awards had been set aside by a court in Moscow. 10 Jul 2014

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Burundi's accession to the New York Convention will be beneficial to investors, says expert

Burundi has become the 150th state to sign up to the New York Convention, an international treaty governing the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards made in other countries. 04 Jul 2014

High Court ruling shows the importance of a properly drafted dispute resolution clause, says expert

A clause which said that parties to a contract would "endeavour" to resolve any dispute through Swiss arbitration, failing which the English courts would have non-exclusive jurisdiction, was not a valid arbitration agreement within the meaning of the Arbitration... 20 Jun 2014

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