‘Cost-plus’ lead contracts a must: smelter
Jan 07, 2013 | 01:15 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK A secondary lead refining company has confirmed that it signed a series of 2013 contracts using a cost-plus pricing model, saying that it wouldnt be able to stand the losses that (it) had last time.
A company representative told AMM that it did not sign any contracts for 2013 based on the London Metal Exchange, with all of its new contracts either based off costs or a conversion agreement. ....
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