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Panel Maps Out Reform for Osaka Dojima Commodity Exchange

Panel Maps Out Reform for Osaka Dojima Commodity Exchange

   Tokyo, Oct. 12 (Jiji Press)--An advisory panel of experts on Monday adopted its final recommendations for reforming the Osaka Dojima Commodity Exchange.
   The panel, chaired by Keio University professor Takero Doi, urged the ailing exchange to convert its structure to a stock company and aim to become a "comprehensive exchange," where a wider range of products including financial futures would be traded.

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