China's first rare, precious metal exchange market opens

13:16, June 29, 2011      

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On June 28, China's first rare and precious metal exchange was opened in Yongxing of Hunan province.

The exchange total investments of 260 million yuan as well as a whole set of professional equipment and facilities; a trading center; a coffer; a storage house, and other infrastructure in addition to other related transactional services. It is able to provide spot trading, late trading and long-term trading of non-ferrous metals, rare materials and precious metal products or raw materials.

In addition, online trading service accessible for both domestic and foreign consumers will be soon put on its agenda.

By People's Daily Online

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