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Originally from International Arbitration and Public Policy
1. Where neither of the parties has its domicile, its habitualresidence, or a place of business in Switzerland, the partiesmay, by an express statement in the arbitration agreement orby a subsequent agreement in writing, exclude all setting-asideproceedings; the parties may as well only provide for such anexclusion limited to one or several of the grounds listed inArticle 190(2). 2. Where the parties have excluded all setting-aside proceedingsand where an award is to be enforced in Switzerland, the NewYork Convention of 10 June 1958 on the Recognition andEnforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards applies by analogy.