Strategies for China’s Response to and Improvement of Third-Party Funding in International Investment Arbitration
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Keywords

Third-party funding
International investment
Arbitration

DOI

10.26689/pbes.v6i6.5717

Submitted : 2023-11-22
Accepted : 2023-12-07
Published : 2023-12-22

Abstract

China should prioritize the establishment and enhancement of a third-party funding system. It should actively refine the existing arbitration rules, addressing any loopholes in the current regulatory framework. Comprehensive measures should be implemented to regulate third-party funding, aligning with international trends. This is crucial not only to safeguard the foreign investment of the Chinese government and enterprises but also to position China as a globally influential arbitration center.

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