When is an arbitration considered commercial?

According with Law Number 19,971, the expression “commercial” must be interpreted in a broad sense so that it encompasses all the issues that arise in relationships of this nature, contractual or not. These include, for example, any commercial operation of supply or exchange of goods or services, distribution agreement, representation or commercial mandate, transfer of credits for collection, leasing of capital goods with option to purchase, construction of works, consulting, engineering, licensing, investment, financing, banking, insurance, operating agreement or concession, business associations and other forms of industrial or commercial cooperation, transport of goods or passengers by air, sea, rail or byroad/highway.