The Eurozone and Commodity Contracts 1


The possibility of one or more countries exiting the European Monetary Union (the “Eurozone”) has been well publicised. It is becoming increasingly important for businesses to understand the implications of different scenarios for the future of the euro.

This is the first of two alerts that consider the legal risks for commodity and energy traders, arising from either a Eurozone Exit (i.e. where one Eurozone Member exits the Eurozone) or a Eurozone Break-up (i.e. the disappearance of the euro altogether).

Please see full Alert below for further information.

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