China sets sights on oil benchmark after years of delays

By Chen Aizhu and Florence Tan on 7/11/2017

BEIJING and SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China has opened more than 6,000 trading accounts for its long-awaited crude futures contract - with three-quarters coming from individual traders - as it pushes ahead with plans to compete with global pricing benchmarks.

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