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Article Title : The Comparative Study of the Jurisdiction Rules of the International Commercial Court in China and the Netherlands
Author(s) : Gehui Zhu
Corresponding Author : Gehui Zhu
Keywords : International Commercial Court; Jurisdiction; Substantial Connection.

Over the past ten to fifteen years, international commercial courts have been established in Europe and in other parts of the world, including the Middle East and Asia, while new initiatives are underway. Commercial courts as specialized courts within the domestic legal system are not a new phenomenon as such, and stem from a desire and a need on the part of a number of countries to offer tailor-made procedures for business-related disputes and satisfy intrinsic the need and desire to improve and modernize the justice system. China has established CICC, but there are still some deficiencies to be improved. This article addresses the comparative study of the jurisdiction rules on international commercial court in China and the Netherlands to help China construct a more comprehensive international commercial court system to provide more powerful judicial services and protection.