BEIJING, Aug 30 (Reuters) - London aluminium prices fell for the first time in six sessions in early Asian trade on Thursday, after U.S. President Donald Trump allowed relief on aluminium import quotas from Argentina. Trump, who put in place tariffs on steel and aluminium imports in March, signed proclamations allowing relief from the quotas on steel from South Korea, Brazil and Argentina and on aluminium from Argentina, the U.S. Commerce Department said in a statement on Wednesday. FUNDAMENTALS * LME ALUMINIUM: Three-month aluminium on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.7 percent to $2,157 a tonne by 0213 GMT, after jumping 1.8 percent in the previous session. It hit a two-month high of $2,178 on Thursday and has climbed for five straight days on rising input costs for smelters. * SHFE ALUMINIUM: The most-traded October aluminium contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange fell 0.2 percent to 14,930 yuan ($2,187.55) a tonne. It earlier rose as much as 0.5 percent towards Thursday's two-month high of 15,100 yuan. * OTHER METALS: LME copper edged down 0.2 percent to $6,077 a tonne, while in Shanghai copper was trading 0.6 percent lower. Shanghai lead was the biggest gainer, rising 1.4 percent on concerns of a tightening environmental crackdown in China. * GRAPHIC: Copper prices have recovered from a recent rout, but the possibility of the trade dispute between Washington and Beijing escalating and its potential to crimp demand in China, the world's top consumer, is expected to cap gains. * CHILE: Striking workers at state-owned Codelco's Andina copper mine have rejected their employers' latest contract offer, the company and union said on Wednesday. * FREEPORT: Indonesia will extend a special mining permit for PT Freeport Indonesia for another month to September, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan told reporters on Wednesday. * ANTO: Antofagasta Plc expects its board to approve a $1.3 billion expansion of its Los Pelambres copper mine before the end of the year with construction starting in January, the Chilean miner's chief executive officer said on Wednesday.