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H&M Metal Warehousing agrees $100,000 settlement with London Metal Exchange - LME

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LONDON (Reuters) – Warehouse operator H&M Metal Warehousing has agreed to pay $100,000 (75,330 pounds) to settle disciplinary proceedings with the London Metal Exchange relating to alleged breaches of its warehousing policy, the LME said in a statement on Wednesday.

H&M has admitted no breaches of policy as part of the settlement, the statement said.

The LME alleged that between March and June last year, warehouses operated by H&M in Taiwan failed to deliver out copper cathodes in line with their obligations.

(Reporting by Jan Harvey, editing by David Evans)

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