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Two new arbitration updates: CIETAC split and New York Convention comes into force in Myanmar

We have recently posted two Asia-related arbitration updates on our arbitration blog relating to The CIETAC split and the Chinese courts’ approach to enforcing awards rendered by SCIA and SHIAC Since CIETAC announced on 1 August 2012 that it had … Continue reading

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EU suspends Myanmar sanctions: Attractions and risks for overseas corporate investors

Herbert Smith’s Myanmar Group assesses the legal challenges of investing in Myanmar, as interest in the country grows following recent political changes and relaxation of international sanctions regimes.  Alastair Henderson, Hilary Lau and Kyle Wombolt  provide some observations below.

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