China's three futures exchanges transacted 139m contracts
worth CNY3948 billion ($477bn) in 2002, up 15% and 31%
respectively over the previous year.
Dalian Commodity Exchange accounted for over half the
business (by value) while Shanghai Futures Exchange had a 41%
share. Dalian trades soybean soybean meal while the Shanghai
trades copper, aluminium and natural rubber.
Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange had less than a 6% market share
by value. It trades wheat futures.
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