Dalian courts foreign investors for iron ore contract

DCE exploring two schemes to allow foreign firms to access its market


Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) is working on two possible schemes to enable foreign investors to trade its iron ore futures, as part of the broader plan by Chinese regulators to internationalise the domestic financial market, according to a senior figure at the bourse.

Chinese authorities recently announced plans to allow international investors to access China's commodity markets for the first time as part of the Shanghai Futures Exchange's renminbi-denominated crude oil contract. Its Dalian

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