ICC created the Belt and Road Commission to focus on the dispute resolution needs of the full Belt and Road spectrum, particularly in China.
With a deep understanding of how to resolve disputes arising along the Belt and Road, the commission will focus on significant commercial interests, especially Chinese parties, engaged in investment and trade along the Belt and Road. The commission aims to raise awareness and build on ICC’s reputation as a globally trusted dispute resolution provider to become the trusted “go-to” dispute resolution service provider for Belt and Road disputes.
To ensure the needs of the commercial community are met, half of the commission members are general counsel or in-house counsel. The commission covers the essential industries engaged in Belt and Road investment, including Auto, Agricultural, Aviation, Construction, Chemical, Heavy Equipment, Infrastructure, Investment Bank, Transportation, Petroleum, Gas and Services. Members are from state-owned enterprises, private enterprises, multinational enterprises, academia, and include renowned arbitration practitioners from leading law firms.
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