The INE signed a deal with the Dubai Mercantile Exchange in October
The Shanghai International Energy Exchange
has passed a major milestone in its effort to launch
China’s first crude oil futures contract, by
drawing a line under its consultation on its trading rules.
The nascent Chinese exchange, which is
based in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, completed on Tuesday a
period of public comment on the trading rules that should be
adopted by the exchange when it goes live.
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