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Trading Technologies Contracts SBI Thai Online to Distribute Platform

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Trading Technologies International (TT) has contracted with SBI Thai Online, a Bangkok-based broker and subsidiary of SBI Group, to distribute the TT platform to its client base. The agreement will allow SBI Thai Online to provide international clients with access to the Thailand Futures Exchange (TFEX) via the exchange’s proprietary EMAPI API from within TFEX’s SET data centre in Bangkok. Clients will have access to TT platform’s full range of trading tools, including Autospreader, ADL and APIs.

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