Russian arbitration has all the tools, standards, and regulations for potential cooperation
We have always advocated for accessible, neutral, professional, and independent arbitration. This credo goes hand in hand with the fact that our rules and regulations are aligned, meet international standards, and allow the use of a wide range of languages — Alexey Kostin, Chairman, The International Commercial Arbitration Court, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
We try to take into account international trends. We try to factor in the peculiarities of individual cases. This is important. If common rules exist, Arbitration is not a template. Every case is different. We have rules for international arbitration and for domestic, corporate and sporting — Ivan Zykin, Professor of the Department of Private International Law, All-Russian Academy of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation; Deputy Chairman, International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
We understand that with the development of trade and industrial ties between Russia and the Asia Pacific states, the growing number of foreign economic contracts must assume modern and efficient mechanisms for handling disputes. Entrepreneurs from different countries turn to international commercial arbitration when considering disputes under international contracts, keeping in mind the rules of procedural confidentiality, which is especially important in the context of the sanctions policy of the collective West, and the high competence of the arbitrator – these basic conditions are achieved through a fair, adversarial, impartial examination of cases — Nikolay Volobuev, Deputy General Director, Russian Technologies State Corporation.
This year, the Beijing Winter Olympics has chosen ‘Together’ as its slogan. We generally use these slogans to solve our arbitration problems and believe that these are the main ways of organizing the work of our arbitration commission. Chinese-Russian relations develop together. We go back-to-back, we share our practices. This is a very important achievement of ours. We also look forward to closer cooperation — Chen Simin, Chairman, Guangzhou Arbitration Commission (GZAC).
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