In view of the global COVID-19 pandemic, private banks must be mindful of the possible impact on their trading contracts of force majeure or other duty-exemption clauses. A force majeure clause is a contractual provision that changes or suspends parties’ contractual duty when there are circumstances out of the parties’ control that prevent one or all of them from fulfilling those…
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