China Wants to Set Prices for the World's CommoditiesBloomberg News
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China plans to open up crude, iron ore and rubber markets
China has put the world’s traditional financial centers on notice that it wants to develop its raw material markets as hubs for setting prices, seeking to marry the country’s commercial heft with a much greater say in determining how much commodities cost.
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