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Pogoretska Kh. Protyrichchja tlumachennja mizhnarodnyh arbitrazhnyh ugod. Zovnishnja torgivlja: ekonomika, finansy, pravo. 2021. № 4. S. 58-71. Serija. Jurydychni nauky. 

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UDC 341.942:341.24   DOI: https://doi.org/10.31617/zt.knute.2021(117)06
 
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POGORETSKA Khrystyna  
 
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 CONTRADICTIONS IN INTERPRETATION
OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS
 

This article explores a divergence of approaches applicable to interpretation of arbitration agreement due to the very nature of international commercial arbitration as transnational and multicultural forum. The author also considers globalization of international commerce as a key factor in promoting predictability and certainty of contractual interpretation and thereby promoting uniformity in its approaches. The interaction between the diversity of legal cultures, on the one hand, and demand for uniformity, on the other hand, are at stake in this discussion.

Keywords: diversity, uniformity, arbitration agreement, interpretation, internationalcommercial arbitration, intention of the parties, validity, scope of arbitration agreement, national courts.

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