Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) is planning to
delist its international stock futures contracts due to a lack
Introduced in late 2001, the 20 contracts cover major stocks
in Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the US. They have not traded since
the second quarter of 2002. Lackluster regional equity markets
have not been conducive to the products' success.
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