London, United Kingdom, September 25, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Administrative rules established by China’s State Council were announced late year, paving the way for overseas institutions to enter the futures trading market. According to the language of the new measures, qualified overseas institutions can participate in futures trading of specific futures exchange products.
The State Council declared in a report on its site that this change in regulations provided for overseas investors to directly take part in energy futures transactions. The report went on to claim the revisions were developed to keep up with the evolving marketplace and to resolve new challenges in futures trading.
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