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Primary Energy Metals shares now trading in Frankfurt

The firm' is focused on vanadium, cobalt, copper, nickel, and uranium-focused properties

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Primary Energy Metals Inc (CSE-PRIM, FSE-1WZ:GR) revealed that its shares are now changing hands on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE).

"The listing of Primary Energy Metals on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in addition to the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE) will heighten exposure of Primary in this major marketplace with its knowledgeable investor base traditionally very active in the junior mining and battery metals space," said Patrick Morris.

"This is a great opportunity to introduce Primary to a receptive European investing audience at a time when Primary will be actively generating results from exploration and development of green energy projects and minerals."

The firm's business is acquiring, exploring and developing ethically sourced vanadium, cobalt, copper, nickel, and uranium-focused properties. Other projects the company is investigating are in the clean energy sector.

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