CAAI Arbitration Rules 2017: The new arbitration rules for the new Chinese Arbitration Association, International

Winnie Jo-Mei Ma, Deputy Secretary-General, CAA* To align with international trends and benchmarks while conforming to users’ demands and interests, CAA (Chinese Arbitration Association, Taipei) has been devising a new set of arbitration rules for CAAI (Chinese Arbitration Association, International), a new and separate entity to be established, with its first representative office expected to open… Read More CAAI Arbitration Rules 2017: The new arbitration rules for the new Chinese Arbitration Association, International

Across the Strait: The Case for a Special EU-Taiwan Trade and Investment Partnership

  by Horia Ciurtin LL.M., Managing Editor of the EFILA Blog* Not Just a Bridgehead: Mercantile Reflections on EU’s Taiwan Position  At the crossroads of global trade, Taiwan represents a hot spot that unites the flows of goods and capital from near mainland China, from the South-East Asian cauldron, as well as a bridgehead for Western transoceanic… Read More Across the Strait: The Case for a Special EU-Taiwan Trade and Investment Partnership