Article from: OGEL 2 (2005), in Cases & Commentaries
p>An international arbitration commenced in June 1999 between a Bangladeshi party and an American Company (a Bermudan registered company with an American parent). The dispute was in respect of a construction contract for a project in Bangladesh. The contract was governed by English law. The arbitration was pursuant to an arbitration clause in the contract, which provided for arbitration before three arbitrators in Singapore under the UNCITRAL Rules.