The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has published a full statistical report, offering an in-depth breakdown of the numbers behind the growth of ICC Arbitration and ICC Mediation for 2019.
- parties: numbers, nationalities, state parties
- arbitral tribunals: constitution, numbers and nationalities of arbitrators appointed and confirmed, incidents affecting the composition of arbitral tribunals during the proceedings
- applicable law chosen by the parties,
- subject and size of disputes
- places selected as seats of ICC arbitrations
The ICC Court registered a total of 869 new cases in 2019, of which 851 cases under the trusted ICC Rules of Arbitration and 18 under its Appointing Authority rules. The 2019 figure marks a record year for the arbitral institution in its almost 100-year history.
The statistical report is available to the public free of charge—in addition to being featured in the latest edition of the ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin.