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China’s Arbitration Institutions Release 2022 Annual Reports

Mon, 03 Apr 2023
Categories: China Legal Trends

The four major arbitration institutions in mainland China include the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), the Beijing Arbitration Commission (BAC), the Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (Shanghai International Arbitration Center, SHIAC), and the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (SCIA), all of which have recently released arbitration statistics report for 2022.

  1. The number of cases accepted and the amount involved

Arbitration Institutes

Case Number

Money Amount(RMB/Yuan)

CIETAC

4,086

126.9 billion

BAC

8,421

97.035 billion

SHIAC

2,576

62.876 billion

SCIA

8,280

127.261 billion

  1. The number of cases accepted in international arbitration and the amount involved

Arbitration Institutes

Case Number

Money Amount(RMB/Yuan)

CIETAC

642

37.4 billion

BAC

221

9.612 billion

SHIAC

196

N/A

SCIA

384

42 billion

  1. Duration of hearing arbitration cases

Arbitration Institutes

Number of Days From Registration to Conclusion

Number of Days From the Composition of the Tribunal to Conclusion

BAC

175.95

107.05

SCIA

168

89

  1. The number of cases using non-Chinese languages in the arbitration

Arbitration Institutes

Case Number

CIETAC

115

BAC

7

SHIAC

20

SCIA

13

 

 

Cover Photo by Li Yang on Unsplash

 

Contributors: CJO Staff Contributors Team

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