1 The European Convention on International Commercial Arbitration (‘Convention’) was signed on 21 April 1961 and entered into force on 7 January 1964. Its purpose was to promote European trade by removing obstacles impeding the efficient organization and operation of international commercial arbitration (Commercial Arbitration, International). The Convention is complementary to the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (1958) (‘New York Convention’) and primarily addresses obstacles to the efficiency of international commercial...
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