The British exchange has opened a consultation on proposals to cut queues
The London Metal Exchange has moved ahead
with its plan to overhaul its warehousing arrangements by
issuing a consultation paper on proposed reforms to its queuing
and rent capping rules.
The LME, which has been working on
warehouse reforms since November 2013, said on Wednesday it has
opened a six week consultation on the two points, the last of a
12-item reform programme.
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