Goldfields seeks Dubai listing to gain specialist investors

  • 27 Oct 2006

South African gold producer Goldfields said this week it planned to list its shares on Dubai's International Financial Exchange by the end of October.

The company said the move would enable it to tap investors in Dubai's large gold market.

"Dubai is essentially the entry point for physical gold moving ...

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