Special report: Exchanges

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Regulation has been a constant theme of the derivatives market in the post-financial crisis world and while there are still a number of hurdles for the Asian industry to surmount, particularly in regard to reaching the required standards of Brussels, the game is starting to be dictated by what is key for the market's players, not bureaucrats.

The past two months have seen a number of important developments from established global exchange players such as CME and Eurex and regional firms such as

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