Rusal has applied for a judicial review of the LME's plan to reform its warehouse programme
The London Metal Exchange faces a
wait of up to two weeks to hear if it faces a review of its
planned warehouse reforms following a court hearing last week,
writes Joe Parsons.
Britain’s High Court
heard on Wednesday and Thursday last week the application by
Rusal, the world’s largest aluminium producer,
that the LME’s planned changes to its warehousing
arrangements should be subjected to a formal judicial
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