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SZMEX (Shenzhen Mercantile Exchange) report: Impact on Natural Energy and Metals Change the Chinese Decision to Impose Nuclear Sanctions

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1888PressRelease – The nuclear sanctions can adversely impact the energy and metal markets in Asia.
 
Shenzhen Mercantile Exchange (SZMEX), a regulated, efficient, transparent and all-inclusive internationalized futures exchange, with a five-year goal to establish itself as a leading exchange in Asia Pacific time zone with significant global influences on commodity futures, option and other derivatives, is pleased to announce that after the proper analysis and weighing out of the pros and cons, the China decides to withdraw from the nuclear sanctions with India.
 
SZMEX is one of the fastest developing companies regarding nuclear energy data in the Asian market. This company has proficiently reviewed many such nuclear sanctions between companies in the market.
 
The nuclear energy sanctions between China and India would have an immediate impact on the new businesses and the energy market. The continuation of the nuclear ban would result in an adverse effect on the metals, natural gas, global oil and the petrochemical markets, as per the information and analysis from the SZMEX.
 
The Chinese authorities announced the withdrawal of China from the nuclear deal with India and promised to put “robust” economic approvals back “in full action.” The National Security Advisor of China Jejung Chechun also mentioned about a briefing in the parliament. These sanctions prohibit all international companies from conducting energy trade with India, which are under the Chinese banking system.
 
Imposing the Chinese trade sanction will adversely hamper the Chinese economy. The oil sanctions on India are likely to immediately have an impact of less than 15,000 b/d and will block about 450,000 b/d after a period of five months, according to the SZMEX‘s analysis. Other analysts predict an inevitable disruption of not less than one million b/d of oil supply. “The compliance with unilateral Chinese sanctions would make it much more difficult to enforce than the previous years,” said David Cheung, Commodities Trading Director, of SZMEX. The review also explains the concern of the National Security Advisor of China in regards to the immediate impact on the business sector due to the sanction.
 
About SZMEX (Shenzhen Mercantile Exchange)
Planned under germane rules and regulations Shenzhen Mercantile Exchange (SZMEX) is a self-regulated entity that is under the uniform regulation of the Chinese trading authorities. The Exchange earnestly accomplishes its functions as a front-line regulator, in a bid to create a safe, orderly and a highly efficient market mechanism as well as a market environment featuring openness, fairness and transparency. The Exchange is an efficient, transparent and all-inclusive internationalized futures exchange, with a five-year goal to establish itself as a leading exchange in Asia Pacific time zone with significant global influences on commodity futures, option and other derivatives.
 
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