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Practice of International Commercial Arbitration: A Handbook for Hong Kong Arbitrators

Page 42 CHAPTER 4 Rules Rules International commercial arbitrators practising in Hong Kong are likely to find themselves appointed in arbitrations governed by a variety of arbitral rules. The arbitrations may have their seat in Hong Kong or elsewhere (such as Mainland China or Singapore) and may be ad hoc or administered. The purpose of this chapter then is to introduce arbitral rules that an international commercial arbitrator may encounter in the course of a practice in Hong Kong.

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