LONDON, Oct 23- Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has signed a preliminary deal with China Merchant Group companies aimed at expanding London Metal Exchange warehouses in Asia and developing new products and services for the Asian market. To this end, it has long planned to steer the LME into mainland China, the world's biggest metals market.» Read More
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