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Part VI ICC Asia, 25 ICC Arbitration in Asia1 »

Jason Fry, Khong Cheng-Yee
From: Asia Arbitration Handbook
Edited By: Michael Moser, John Choong
25.01 The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) was established in Paris in 1919. The founders of the ICC called themselves the ‘merchants of peace’ believing that by fostering international cooperation among business people they could reduce the risk of international conflict. Dispute resolution was quickly seen as an indispensable part of the services ICC was to provide and accordingly the ICC International Court of Arbitration (ICC Court) was established in 1923, as a means of self-regulation in the conduct of international commerce. 25.02 It is noteworthy...