SGX commodities head: China must stop meddling with prices

Singapore Exchange’s Chin says internationalisation will necessitate new products and change pricing

William Chin
William Chin: “Price discovery needs to be supported by a robust legal framework”

In late September, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) – the country’s capital markets regulator – announced in the state-owned China Securities Journal that it planned to accelerate the opening of China’s domestic futures markets for overseas players and integrate more with the international financial community. Singapore Exchange’s (SGX) head of commodities, William Chin, believes this plan could bear fruit. However, he says the Chinese government’s continual intervention in

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