Opinion | Time biz showed mettle in caring for human rights
The London Metal Exchange wants firms to red-flag use of child labour in supply chains
A significant development has taken place in the world of metals and human rights. The two have an unlovely, often-ugly history—indeed, an unlovely and often-ugly ongoing relationship. That’s why the announcement in late-April by the London Metal Exchange (LME) of a formal “market-wide" consultation for rules of “responsible sourcing" to all LME-listed brands is such a big deal.