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In addition, DICO has begun to attract support and attention beyond the immigration issue, especially with regard to the integration of disabled people who, though they have been deinstitutionalised, still remain largely ghettoised in their local communal living arrangements.
The structure of DICO futures combines the existing DGCX WTI prices and the flagship Indian Rupee futures contract.
Effective March 5, 2010, DICO was merged with and into its parent, National American Insurance Company of California (NAICC).
With WTI pricing accounting for over 25% of global supply, the DICO futures contract provides accessibility to the Indian energy markets for a wider range of participants.