Copper and culpability - Is the lax regulatory regime of the London Metal Exchange responsible for creating the conditions in which rogue Sumitomo trader Yasuo Hamanaka could lose billions for his company? The LME'S chairman, David King, has been looking at what can be done, but he won't be performing a complete overhaul of the system.
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