- New aims for arbitration in Argentina
- Original news
- In brief, what has occurred here?
- What was the background to the law amendment project?
- What was the motivation for reform?
- Which key changes to the law have been made?
- When do the changes come into force?
- What do you think this will do for Argentina's reputation as a seat of international arbitration?
Arbitration analysis: New laws in Argentina are hoping to address longstanding concerns over Argentina’s potential to attract international investment in an uncertain climate for arbitration. Ricardo Barreiro Deymonnaz, of the firm Barreiro, Oliva, De Luca, Jaca & Nicastro in Buenos Aires, explains the exceptions and expectations for the country’s move towards regulatory alignment with UNCITRAL norms.
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