Arbitration Clauses under Revised JCAA Arbitration Rules

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Authors: Kazuhiro Kobayashi
Magazine/Book:Japan Commercial Arbitration Journal Vol.2 [2021]
Publisher:The Japan Commercial Arbitration Association
Practice: International Dispute Resolution International Arbitration
Date of publication: September, 2021

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