Virtual Revival

Korolov, Maria; Fangqing, Wang
August 2009
Securities Industry News;8/3/2009, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on Tocom-V Trade, a virtual trading system to be launched by the Tokyo Commodity Exchange in Japan to inspire traders to come back in August 2009. The system is available free to exchange members and can be accessed over the Internet. The new platform can be utilized to train new employees, or new customers. It mentions the decline in commodity trading in Japan since 2005.


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