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Mutual Recognition And Enforcement Of Arbitral Awards In Mainland China And Taiwan: A Breakthrough In Cross-Strait Relations, Jason A. Blatt
Jason A Blatt
While political relations between China and Taiwan have gone from bad to worse in recent years, the growing importance of economic relations between both sides of the Taiwan Strait has compelled governments on both sides to amend relevant laws and regulations so that courts may recognize and enforce arbitral awards rendered by each other's arbitral organizations. This historic trend started in 1992, when Taiwan passed a statute authorizing courts to recognize and enforce Chinese arbitral awards. China reciprocated in 1998 by issuing regulations permitting recognition and enforcement of Taiwan-issued arbitral awards. Significantly, courts on both sides have recently begun ...