1 The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (‘ICDR’) is not an independent arbitral institution but rather a division of the American Arbitration Association (‘AAA’). The ICDR’s task encompasses the administration of arbitration proceedings which are considered to be international. An international dispute is one where the registered place of business of at least one party is located outside of the United States, at least one party has a non-US citizenship or nationality, or another relevant contact of the parties or the subject matter of the dispute...
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