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ICC Arbitration is a flexible and efficient procedure for resolving domestic and international disputes.

The awards are binding, final and enforceable anywhere in the world.



Amid growing hostility to free trade and open markets, ICC is seeking to make a positive case for trade as a driver of jobs, growth and opportunity.

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Guest blog: Are contracts (really) difficult to use and understand?

The annual ICC-FIDIC Conference is set to get underway this today in New Delhi, India. In anticipation of the world’s leading construction practitioners gathering to discuss international construction contracts and dispute resolution mechanisms, HKA Senior Vice-President Simon Longley gives us his perspective on why the administration of FIDIC contracts can be problematic, in his guest blog post for the International Chamber of Commerce.

Singapore Ministry of Law and International Chamber of Commerce sign MOU to boost arbitration

The Singapore Ministry of Law (MinLaw) and the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) announced today that the ICC Court will set up a case management office in Singapore—aimed at boosting arbitration and serving the dispute resolution needs of businesses around the world. 

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6 ways we’re supporting MSME growth…

Today is the first-ever Micro-, Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises Day – a designation made by the United Nations General Assembly earlier this year to recognise the crucial role that MSMEs will play in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.