Switzerland: First of many...
The Swiss Rules of International Arbitration were hoped to further enhance Switzerland's reputation as a centre of international dispute resolution. But one year down the line, has the Code lived up to expectations? Elliott Geisinger reports
On 1 January, 2004, the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration of the Swiss Chambers of Commerce came into force. By adopting these new rules, the chambers of commerce of Basel, Bern, Geneva, Ticino, Vaud and Zurich unified their previously existing rules for international arbitration, with a view to further enhancing Switzerland’s reputation as a premier venue for commercial arbitration.
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