Tokyo Commodity Exchange (Tocom) said it will introduce
options contracts for the first time next year. It also plans
to improve its clearing operations to international
The plans come as the exchange achieved its fifth
consecutive record volume year in 2002, trading 75.4m
contracts, up 33% on 2001. The exchange is Japan's largest
futures exchange by volume and trades more contracts than OSE
(20.6m), Tokyo Stock Exchange (14.8m), Tokyo Grain Exchange
(18.8m), and Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange
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