Critical Metals Plc

Critical Metals eyes up discounts in SA

Executive Director of Critical Metals PLC Russell Fryer drops by Proactive's London studios after a whistle-stop tour of South Africa and he's pretty excited about assets there being sold off cheap.
Fryer says he's put together a team of geologists and engineers to complete due diligence on some of the deposits with the intention of listing in mid-September. Vanadium and Titanium assets caught his eye as well as Tungsten.
"This is a ground floor IPO" says Fryer and "most investors look for early opportunities to see growth over the coming years."

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