The London Metal Exchange may let its members clear contracts in the yuan when it sets up its...
The London Metal Exchange may let its members clear contracts in the yuan when it sets up its own clearing house, reflecting China's status as the world's biggest consumer of many base metals. However, the Chinese market needs to fully internationalizes or there needs to be convertibility for there to be a discussion about trading in the renminbi.
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