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The criteria for assessing matters relating to conflict of interest are impartiality and independence. Partiality arises when an arbitrator favours one of the parties, or when he or she is prejudiced in relation to the subject matter of the dispute.

Dependence arises from relationships between the arbitrator and one of the parties or someone closely connected/associated with one of the parties.
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