Brazilian court sets ICC enforcement straight
Brazil's Superior Court of Justice has confirmed that ICC awards issued by tribunals seated locally are domestic awards for enforcement purposes - in a case that counsel say could have damaged the country's appeal as an international arbitration venue had it gone the other way.
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