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The Singapore Convention on Mediation “The Singapore Convention” The Significance Of The Convention And The Impact On Cross Border Mediation

The Singapore Convention is an international treaty to assist commercial parties with cross border commercial disputes. The United Nations treaty aims to settle differences through mediation rather than through Court Litigation sanctions or other economically damaging manoeuves. The goal is to resolve commercial disputes in an amicable manner which, in the end, is beneficial to all parties involved. The treaty does not impact States who are not signatories to the treaty. The Singapore Convention provides the parties the option to agree to settle commercial differences through the mediation process that avoids litigation and arbitration, which can be costly and lengthy procedures...

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An Overview of APEC’s Online Dispute Resolution Framework and How It Benefits Cross Border Supply Chain Disputes

A Brief Introduction to APEC The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is one of the leading forums established to facilitate regional cooperation, investment and trade, economic growth, and the global economy as a whole. The world’s best economic forum in the Asia-Pacific has member countries including Japan, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Malaysia, Republic of Korea, Singapore, United States of America, People's Republic of China, and more. Dedicated to its vision, APEC has impressively contributed to overcoming challenges that may affect the global trade and economy, as a whole. The forum has successfully introduced several models and approaches that can help prevent trade barriers leading...

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