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Commodities

India must press on with commodities trading changes

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A worker cuts sugarcane in Degaon village in the western Indian state of Maharashtra.   © Reuters

India's commodity derivatives markets were mired in skepticism and unease at the end of 2015 as they prepared for the impending transfer of regulatory authority from the Forward Markets Commission to the Securities and Exchange Board of India. These misgivings have been laid to rest, at least for now, following the unexpected emergence of SEBI as a catalyst for development. But the regulator needs to press ahead with its reform agenda.

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