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FIA Global responds to consultation on the liberalisation of Chinese domestic futures market

Shanghai

FIA Global responds to consultation on the liberalisation of Chinese domestic futures market

9 January 2015 7:15pm EST

The China Securities Regulatory Commission conducted a public consultation on draft rules which allow foreign investors and brokers to trade and clear certain domestic Chinese futures contracts (initially crude oil futures).  The proposed changes also allow qualified foreign brokers to set up 100% foreign owned companies in China free trade zones which could trade and clear domestic futures for the account of other foreign investors and brokers. Comments closed on 31 January 2015. To view the FIA Global response to the consultation, click here.

 

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