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ICC Arbitration is a flexible and efficient dispute resolution procedure leading to binding and final decisions subject to enforcement worldwide.
Mediation is a flexible technique, conducted privately and confidentially, in which a neutral facilitator helps parties to seek a negotiated settlement of their dispute.
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ICC Dispute Boards are independent bodies designed to help resolve disputes when they arise during the performance of a contract.
ICC’s Dispute Resolution Services are particularly well suited to the resolution of disputes that have a commercial or international character.
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