4 J. Arb. Stud. 1 (1994)

handle is hein.journals/jarbstu4 and id is 1 raw text is: SETTLEMENT OF COMMERCIAL DISPUTES WITH
CHINESE PARTNERS VIA ARBITRATION
Practical Observations for Korean Investors on the Mechanism of
Dispute Resolution in the People's Republic of China --
Mao-chang Li*
Introduction
I. Methods of Commercial Dispute Settlement In China
A. Mediation or Conciliation
B. Litigation
C. Arbitration
II. Transnational Commercial Arbitration
A. Brief History
B. Arbitrability and Arbitration Agreement
C. Choice of Arbitration Body and the Rules
D. Choice of Arbitration Venue
E. Choice of Law
P. Appointment of Arbitrators and Formation of
Arbitration Tribunal
G. Procedure and Proceedings
H. Award
I. Remedy for Unenforceable Awards
III. Conclusion: Some Advice For Korean Investors
INTRODUCTION
August 24, 1994 marked the second anniversary of the normalization of
diplomaticties between the Republic of Korea and the People's Republic of China.
Thanks to the rapid economic growth in both countries, commercial transactions
between the two have been booming. Within one year after the normalization,
Foreign Legal Consultant, the Law Offices of Min & Kim, Seoul, Korea: LL B.,
LL.M.. Beijintg University Law School; LL.M, Harvard Law School.

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