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ARE THE ARBITRATORS SUITABLE TO APPLY PUBLIC POLICY PROVISIONS IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION?
States virtually maintain some restrictions upon the subject matterof arbitration such as states’ public policy provisions. The extent of public policy in theinternational commercial arbitration becomes more comprehensive than that of the NewYork Convention, where it might be a defence against enforcement when the arbitralaward is rendered; hence the problem occurs only at the final stage of arbitral process.Besides that, arbitrability also directly relates to public policy provisions that has effecton the base of the arbitration agreement or, more specifically, arbitration clause. Itseems that arbitrators will have more discretion in arbitration process as to applying ofdomestic public policy provisions in the future, but are they really suitable to do that?
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