Nasdaq OMX opens up on China opening up

The US-Nordic group, which offers technology and services to Asia's companies and exchanges, is encouraged by what it sees in the region.

Nasdaq OMX might be a US-European exchanges group but on Tuesday it took time out to update reporters on how it sees Asia.

Although it operates no physical exchanges in the region, it offers services to those that do and to the companies listed on them.

And from what Nasdaq OMX is seeing, it is clear that it is not just banks, food groups and energy groups that are waiting with baited breath for China to give foreign companies better access.

“Everyone is preparing for when China opens up. No one knows when this is going to happen but everyone is doing it,...

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