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Jury Still Out On Credibility Of New Int'l Chinese Courts

Law360 (July 18, 2018, 7:27 PM EDT) -- A pair of international commercial courts were launched last month in China to allay concerns over whether international disputes arising out of the country's ambitious Belt and Road economic development initiative would be fairly adjudicated, but experts say they're leery of putting their trust in these courts just yet.

International dispute resolution within China has long been an area of concern for investors in the region due to corruption, partiality, a lack of efficiency and the Chinese government's undue influence on its judiciary.

The two courts,...
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