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Survey on Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards in China

In keeping with our tradition of surveying readers on key developments in international arbitration, we invite readers with experience in mainland China to fill out our survey on the enforcement of international arbitration awards in China. Julian Ku, Bei Xiao and I have been studying this topic for several months now, and we note the paucity of recent data on the subject.

The survey is open through June 30, 2014. If you had arbitration experience in mainland China, please fill out the survey. We will share the results erly next month.

Roger Alford, Julian Ku & Bei Xiao

1. Does your law firm or organization have experience with arbitration of international commercial disputes in China?
2. If YES to Q1, and your law firm or organization has used arbitration in China, are you satisfied with arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism?
3. If YES to Q1, Has your organization experienced the following outcomes of arbitration in China?
4. If YES to Q1, What was the reason for reaching settlement rather than having an arbitral award?
5. If YES to Q1, Have you encountered recognition and enforcement difficulties in China?
6. If YES to Q1, If you have encountered recognition and enforcement difficulties in China, what were the particular problems?
7. If YES to Q1, In which cities in China did you seek to enforce an arbitral award?
8. If YES to Q1, What was the average time to recognize, enforce and execute the arbitral awards in which your organization prevailed?
9. If YES to Q1, What was the average amount recovered by your organization by recognizing, enforcing and executing the arbitral awards?
10. If you answered NO to Q1, which of the following answers best fits your general impression of the enforcement of international arbitration awards in Chinese courts:
13. Thanks for taking the survey. Your input is very valuable to us. If you want, you can attach your organisation to your survey answers. If you want the result to be anonymous, just enter NA.
14. Thanks for taking the survey. Your input is very valuable to us. If you want, you can attach your region to your survey answers. If you want the result to be anonymous, just enter NA.
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  • Ke Hu

    not very user-friendly survey. For example, I have experienced almost all the 5 scenarios…

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