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China should accelerate the introduction of yuan derivatives starting with exchange rate futures against the dollar to facilitate global and domestic capital allocations, the Security Times reported on Friday citing a proposal by Tu Guangshao, the former president of state-owned investment bank CICC and Jiang Yang, the former vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. The Shanghai foreign exchange market should gradually have on-the-go forwards, futures, options, swaps and other financial instruments to meet the risk management needs of investors and strengthen its role as a global hub for the yuan, Tu said. Tu, a member of the advisory body CPPCC, also proposed an international commodity pricing center, the Times said.