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Brussels to Beijing - commodities policy in Europe and Asia

Will China's commodity exchanges be able to create international commodity benchmarks?

May 16, 2016 (7:38 mins)



China's commodity exchanges such as the Dalian Commodity Exchange and the Shanghai Futures Exchange may be closed to international participants, but their influence on global markets is undeniable. In this commodity policy podcast, Sebastian Lewis, editorial director in China, Hongmei Li, senior editor, and Yen Ling Song, senior analyst, explain the role of China's commodity exchanges in steel and oil markets, the government policies on trading, and how the exchanges could progress and develop in the future.

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