Sanctions pile pressure on mineral suppliers to track deliveries

By IM Staff
Published: Friday, 01 November 2019

As the reach of international trade sanctions increases, Rose Pengelly considers how whole supply chains are coming under scrutiny.

International mineral supply chains are facing growing disruption and the risk of crushing fines from aggressive trade sanctions.

The extra-territorial reach of US sanctions in particular, coupled with more sophisticated technology that enables law enforcement and insurance companies to track cargos, are forcing industrial mineral market participants to conduct forensic...

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