British metals market has been locked in a court case with Rusal this year
The London Metal Exchange has launched consultations into
its warehousing agreements as a court case over the British
exchange’s warehousing plans drags on.
The London Metal Exchange (LME) launched on Friday two
market-wide consultations concerning enhancements to its
physical delivery network and to the LME Warehouse
"We are pleased to be able to issue these two consultations
following our recent success in the judicial review appeal. We
are committed to providing an optimal physical delivery network
for all our users and we encourage market participants to share
their views," said Matthew Chamberlain, LME head of business
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