Article from: TDM 1 (2011), in Latin America
In the last years, Mexico has earned its place among the international arbitration
places. However, it is not always easy for foreign parties to understand why sometimes the
enforcement of the award is of such complexity, among others because of the constitutional
recourse known as "Amparo". The following lines will try to explain how the recourse
operates in a procedure of enforcement of an international arbitration award.
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L. Pereznieto Castro; J.A. Graham; "Available Recourses in Mexico to Challenge the Result of an Arbitration"
TDM 1 (2011), www.transnational-dispute-management.com