Enforcing arbitration awards in China

This practice note considers the issues relating to enforcement of domestic and foreign-related awards and the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in China.

The procedure for enforcement and possible challenges to enforcement are explained, focusing in particular on the question of whether arbitration awards are, in practice, enforced within China.

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer


 

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