RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Trade disputes between importers and exporters may be resolved through a mediation chamber, rather than being necessarily judicialized. The plan is to speed up processes that can be costly and time-consuming at the court for many years.
The measure also seeks to benefit small and medium traders who do not have a sufficiently strong legal structure to wage international battles.
The news was launched on Monday, August 26th, by the Brazilian Foreign Trade Association (AEB), which will host the chamber, available to anyone, whether or not associated to the entity.
According to AEB’s vice . . .