The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has an unprecedented impact on the global economy and poses severe challenges to international dispute resolution. The pandemic has forced all international arbitration practitioners to think over how to turn crises into opportunities.
Strengthening cooperation and innovation, turning challenges into opportunities: Reflections on the development of international arbitration in the time of COVID-19 [Brought to you by CIETAC]
PART TWO: Highlights of CIETAC Guidelines on Proceeding with Arbitration Actively and Properly during the COVID-19 Pandemic [Brought to you by CIETAC]
In response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Guidelines provide speciﬁc measures for the arbitral tribunals, parties and counsels to deal with the difﬁculties. Those measures are understood to be formulated on the further and speciﬁc explanation of the Arbitration Rules during this special period, encouraging the tribunal and the parties to reasonably Consider all available measures for them to proceed with the arbitration.
PART ONE: Highlights of CIETAC Guidelines on Proceeding with Arbitration Actively and Properly during the COVID-19 Pandemic [Brought CIETAC)
Today, COVID-19 has already spread across more than 200 countries and regions in the world. The number of the conﬁrmed
Providing Quality and Efficient Arbitration Service for the Belt and Road Construction [Brought to you by CIETAC]
The China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (“CIETAC”) is the most representative international arbitration institution in China with the longest history.