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Jan Bogaert appointed professional mediator by Shenzhen Commercial Legal Service Center

Jan Bogaert appointed professional mediator by Shenzhen Commercial Legal Service Center

Jan Bogaert appointed professional mediator by Shenzhen Commercial Legal Service Center

26.02.2016 BE law

On 26 February 2016, Jan Bogaert was the first non-Chinese lawyer to be appointed as professional mediator by the Shenzhen Commercial Legal Service Center, a dispute resolution center set up and supported by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (Shenzhen).

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