Matthew Townsend, China Britain Law Institute/ Fulbright & Jaworski

Chinese territorial disputes

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  • What about Australia as an arbitration center? They are very actively promoting themselves in Asia.

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  • Anonomous at 9.52. Australia is an Asian trade hub and is developing into a dispute resolution centre to match. The Australian ACICA Rules are increasingly incorporated into arbitration clauses in Asia.

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  • An interesting article with pertinent points. Whether or not China accepts reciprocal enforcement or not it makes sense for London to be on guard: HK and Singapore are worthy competition with a geographic edge. I can't see London being able to win out for much longer.

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  • The ACICA Rules have also just come out in Chinese

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