Chinese court reacts to CIETAC split
A recent case, Canadian Solar v LDK Solar (2013) Su Zhong Shang Zhong Zi, No. 0004, highlights the difficulties arising from the 2012 split between CIETAC Beijing and its Shanghai and South China sub-commissions. A Chinese court has refused to enforce an award issued by CIETAC Shanghai on the grounds that it did not have jurisdiction over the dispute…
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