Asia to follow US on CCPs amid fears about hedging costs for exporters

In Asia, G-20 member countries such as Australia, China and Japan are expected to largely follow the G-20 commitment to have all standardised OTC derivatives contracts cleared through a CCP by the end of 2012.

A new regulatory framework is already being implemented by the Financial Services Agency in Japan to mandate clearing of OTC derivatives through CCPs. But in other Asian markets, such as Australia, China, Hong Kong and Singapore, mandatory clearing through CCPs as a hard-and-fast rule has

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