Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) has put itself
forward as a pan-Asian exchange with the explicit goal of
opening up Chinese markets to international traders in a
mission statement designed to take it towards the end of the
Claiming its status as a "preferred partner" for mainland
China and as a "key differentiator from other exchanges",
HKEX's strategic plan for 2007-09, published last week, said
that the exchange would conduct a review into barriers to
derivatives trading in the country with a view to addressing
them. It added that, before the end of the decade, it planned
to "introduce further mainland-related and renminbi-denominated
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