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NRW wants to enable legal proceedings in English – newspaper | News

Thursday, January 4th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

DÜSSELDORF (Dow Jones) – In future, economic processes will also be conducted in English. NRW Justice Minister Peter Biesenbach (CDU) wants to stop the increasing relocation of important and lucrative business processes abroad, according to the Rheinische Post in its Thursday issue. "International corporations do not want to negotiate in a language they do not speak themselves," Biesenbach told the newspaper. The limitation of the court language to German prescribed in the German court constitution therefore contributes to the fact that significant commercial disputes would take place either abroad or in private arbitration courts. "By introducing English-speaking chambers for international commercial matters, we want to make not only our courts, but the entire business location of NRW more attractive," said Biesenbach. According to his own statements, he had already received the support of Bavaria, Lower Saxony and Hamburg for a corresponding Federal Council initiative. According to previously unpublished information from the Ministry of Justice, the number of procedures and entrants at the Chambers of Commerce in NRW decreased steadily from 12,101 in 2007 to 7,769 in 2016, according to the newspaper. DJG / gos (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 03, 2018 22:00 ET (03:00 GMT)


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