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Sustainable Commodities: EU Conflict Minerals Regulation
The Regulation must first be formally adopted by the Council, and signed by the Presidency of the Council and the President of the European Parliament, before becoming legally binding.
European Union
29 Mar 2017
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LMEShield And Other Developments – The LME's Continuing Pivot To Asia
The announcement of the LMEShield initiative arrives off the back of a number of other Asia focused developments for the LME.
China
6 May 2016
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Judicial Review Suspends LME Implementation Of Warehouse Queue Rule
The English High Court has decided that the consultation in relation to a rule aiming to reduce the queues at LME warehouses was unfair and unlawful.
UK
2 Apr 2014
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Indonesian Export Ban And Language Law – Are You Prepared?
In 2010 we reported on legal developments affecting Indonesia’s coal mining industry [click here to view the alert].
Indonesia
13 Jan 2014
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LME Warehousing Queues: Will The New LME Proposal Have An Impact?
When purchasing the London Metal Exchange last year, the new owner, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, knew it was inheriting a concern that has been developing progressively since 2008: the increasing load-out queues at certain LME-approved warehouses.
UK
14 Aug 2013
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Comparison Of Conflict Minerals Regulation: EU/United States
The European Union may soon join the United States in requiring certain companies to investigate and disclose whether certain minerals used in their products originated in conflict-affected or high-risk areas.
European Union
23 Jul 2013
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‘Force Majeure’ Clauses In Commodity Sale Agreements – What Should You Be Thinking About?
Since force majeure is effectively a contractual exceptions mechanism, it will often be construed against the party seeking to rely on it.
Worldwide
11 Jul 2013
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Reflections On The Indonesian Coal Market In 2011 And Its Impact On Indian Power Projects
Indonesia accounts for 50% of all thermal coal imports into India. Its vast coal reserves have provided attractive opportunities to investors and coal buyers alike.
Indonesia
25 Jan 2012
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