Sudanese company, Business Law and Ethics

Both Sudan and the US are signatories to the "New York Convention."  A Sudanese company has won its case in a Sudanese arbitration panel.  The U.S. company has declined to pay this money (the arbitral award) to the Sudanese company

The Sudanese company has come to a US court in order to enforce the award it won against the US company because the US company has declined to pay.  Under the NY Convention, how should the US Court make a decision?  Describe the basis of your answer

 

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