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In a recent PRC case (the Taizhou Court Case), the Taizhou Intermediate People’s Court (Court) refused enforcement of an ICC award on grounds of public policy because the court had previously held that the arbitration clause was invalid. This outcome could have been avoided if the parties had specified a suitable arbitral seat in the arbitration clause. Our alert will discuss this case and provide recommendations for avoiding such outcomes.

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