33 UCLA Pac. Basin L.J. 1 (2016)
The Article begins in Part I by discussing the academic literature reviewing China's implementation of the New York Convention with respect to foreign arbitral awards. In Part II, the Article lays out the domestic legal framework in China for implementing foreign arbitral awards and reviews judicial decisions interpreting the New York Convention. In Part III, the Article reports on the results of its survey of practitioner perceptions and experiences with the Chinese system of enforcing arbitral awards. Finally, in Part IV, the article concludes with a possible explanation for continuing skeptical views of China's system of enforcing foreign arbitral awards.
Roger P. Alford, Julian G. Ku & Bei Xiao,
Perceptions and Reality: The Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in China,
33 UCLA Pac. Basin L.J. 1 (2016).
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