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15 Apr

Some Russian copper, nickel will still be traded at the LME

The London Metal Exchange (LME) says Russian metal produced before 13 April 2024 may continue to be warranted and traded on its platform to minimise market disruption. In its guidance issued to UK and non-UK members, the LME said Russian nickel, copper and even cobalt can still be sold and stored at its warehouses globally. However, in line with the amended UK sanctions package announced late on 12 April, evidence needs to be provided proving the relevant metal&r…
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