Trade Disputes in Syria

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Syria established its first arbitration law in March 2008: the law No. 4. This law established the first system for the settlement of conflicts. It allows to choose between a local or an international arbitrator and it opened the way to the creation of the first center of arbitrage. This law has greatly improved the chances of solving conflicts in Syria.
Arbitration Law
Before the law of March 2008, Syria had signed in June 2005 the Washington international agreement for the solutions to conflicts in investment (Washington International Convention on Investment Dispute Settlement in June 2005). Syria is also a signer of the New York Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Awards.
Conformity to International Commercial Arbitration Rules

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