China, Taiwan and Hong Kong: Should They be Part of a World-Wide Dispute Resolution System?
Article from: TDM 4 (2006), in Resolving International Business Disputes by ADR in Asia
This paper poses some questions in relation to international dispute resolution and China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Should China, Taiwan and Hong Kong be part of a world-wide dispute resolution system? Or, put the question another way: what would a non-Chinese party expect from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong in the context of international dispute resolution? In particular, international arbitration? The question can be posed on a more basic level: my UK client comes to me and says: " My company is considering entering into a contract with a Chinese / ...