In the second half of the twentieth century, there was a massive expansion of international trade, which led to the development of the global economy. Such growth allowed the cross-border movement of people, products, services, and capital, resulting in an avalanche of international commercial contracts and a commensurate surge in transnational disputes, among other things.



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