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China Internationalised Products


Approved by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), INE is an international exchange that is jointly initiated and established by relevant entities including the Shanghai Futures Exchange, and open to global futures participants.

Based on the principles of “openness, fairness and impartiality”, INE is devoted to establishing a global trading platform for energy derivatives that is “internationalized, market-oriented, ruled by law and professionalized” to objectively reflect the energy supply-demand conditions, provide a tool in price discovery, risk management and asset management for energy producers, distributors, consumers and investors, so as to facilitate the optimal allocation of energy resources and promote the economic development.

According to Futures Industry Association (FIA), INE was the 9th largest exchange in the world by trading volume in 2020.

INE’s Internationalised Products include Copper, Low Sulfur Fuel Oil, TSR20 and Crude Oil.


Founded in 1993, DCE is a futures exchange approved by the State Council and regulated by China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). Over the years, through orderly operation and stable development, DCE has already become the world’s largest agricultural futures market as well as the largest futures market for plastics, coal, and iron ore.

By the end of 2019, a total of 19 futures and 3 options have been listed for trading on DCE.

DCE has 163 member firms, 341 designated delivery warehouses and 16 designated depositary banks. In 2019, DCE’s annual trading volume reached 1331 million lots, up 38% from 2018. Its turnover totaled RMB 68.92 trillion, up 32% from 2018.

According to Futures Industry Association (FIA), DCE was the 7th largest exchange in the world by trading volume in 2020.

DCE’s Internationalised Products include Iron Ore Futures, Palm Olein Futures and Options.


ZCE was founded on October 12, 1990. With the approval of the State Council, ZCE was established as China’s first pilot futures market. After two years of successful operation of a spot market, ZCE officially launched futures trading on May 28, 1993.

Up to date, ZCE has listed 23 futures products and 6 options product, covering crucial fields of national economy including agricultural, energy, chemical, construction materials and metallurgical industries.

By the end of 2017, ZCE has 164 members, spreading over 26 provinces (municipalities) and autonomous regions, including 149 futures firm members accounting for 91% of all members and 15 non-futures firm members accounting for 9% of all members.

According to Futures Industry Association (FIA), ZCE was the 12th largest exchange in the world by trading volume in 2020.

ZCE’s Internationalised Product includes Purified Terephthalic Acid (PTA) Futures.

*For most accurate and up-to-date information, please refer to the respective exchange’s website.