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15 September 2011 By Neil Unmack

The UK says the ECB’s policy on central clearing breaks EU law. The ECB’s requirement that euro-denominated products be cleared in the euro zone may be as much control-freakery as realpolitik, but London has reason to fear it could damage the City’s grip on derivatives dealing.

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