International arbitration is different. International arbitration is governed by different rules than consumer, employment or domestic business arbitration. The key statutory and treaty rules are the California International Arbitration and Conciliation Act, and the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, a treaty known as the New York Convention signed and ratified by the United States and 155 other countries.
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