CH 10 - Chapter 10 Chapter International Alternative Dispute Resolution 1 Introduction 1 2.Negotiation Negotiation is a meeting between the parties

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Chapter 10 Chapter 10 International Alternative Dispute Resolution
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1. Introduction 1. Introduction 2.Negotiation 2.Negotiation Negotiation is a meeting between the parties to outline their differences and to discuss their positions, and also to explore the possibilities for accommodation or the resolution of their differences. The differences tend to apart from serious differences or fundamental breaches. Negotiation is also the preferred process for the resolution of disputes between states that concern business transactions of their respective citizens.
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3. Mediation and Conciliation 3. Mediation and Conciliation Mediation and Conciliation The merits of using mediation or conciliation as a part of the dispute resolution process are the fact that a mutually acceptable, unbiased, and independent third party often can identify and prioritize the issues in dispute.
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ICC ADR Rules ICC will appoint a conciliator.
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2010 for the course BUSINESS S 390 taught by Professor Terryryan during the Summer '10 term at Winthrop.

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CH 10 - Chapter 10 Chapter International Alternative Dispute Resolution 1 Introduction 1 2.Negotiation Negotiation is a meeting between the parties

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