The Tokyo Stock Exchange is developing an integrated platform that will deliver all of its non-real-time information.
The system, known as the Open Information Providing Platform, will integrate the various databases currently used for corporate actions and announcements and historical data. The TSE hopes this will reduce costs and improve efficiency, say officials.
The exchange will begin integrating the various sources of information in the beginning of next year, with the aim of making the
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