Fanya rare earths exchange investors demand money back

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Thursday, 16 July 2015

The Fanya Metal Exhange, a significant Chinese trading post for rare earths, has seen investors protest outside its offices this week. They are demanding their money back for products which they claim have changed, in addition to controls on withdrawal amounts.

More than 800 investors gathered in Kunming, Yunnan earlier this week to demand their money back from China’s Fanya Metal Exchange, a major trading platform for rare earths, vanadium, and other minor metals.

The exchange, which is being watched "very closely" by minor metal producers according to Metal Bulletin, has enforced...

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