1 The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) registered 946 new arbitration cases in 2020, the fourth consecutive year of growth, and it administered a record pending caseload of 1,833 cases. These cases were seated in 113 cities, involved 2,507 parties from 145 jurisdictions covering all sectors of industry. The aggregate amount in dispute was US$258 billion and the average amount US$145 million. The proportion of States and State-entities in newly-registered cases rose to 19.8% (Mourre, 2021, 6). According to a survey, ICC stands out as the most preferred...
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