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Graphex Group Limited (6128.HK)

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  • Business Wire

    Graphite for North America Graphex Group Receives Unsolicited Preliminary Offer and LOI to Buy Graphex Technologies and Propel its North American Expansion Strategy

    WARREN, Mich., December 06, 2023--Graphex Group Limited ("Graphex Group" or the "Company") (NYSE American: GRFX | HKSE: 6128), together with its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, Graphex Technologies, LLC (Graphex Tech), today announced that it has entered into a Letter of Intent (LOI) with an independent NASDAQ-listed blank check company (the "Purchaser"), pursuant to which the Purchaser proposes to acquire 100% of the equity interest of Graphex Tech, which is held by Graphex Group, (the "Acquisiti

  • Business Wire

    Graphex Technologies Reinforces its Diverse Mine-to-Battery Global Strategy Following the Announcement of Graphite Export Limits from China

    WARREN, Mich., October 25, 2023--Graphex Group Limited, together with its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, Graphex Technologies, LLC ("Graphex" or the "Company") (NYSE American: GRFX | HKSE: 6128), is pleased to comment on the recent news out of China regarding new controls on graphite exports, and to re-emphasize its strategic approach to deliver the necessary anode material to meet the needs of North American automakers and battery manufacturers for Lithium-ion batteries required for EVs, energy

  • Reuters

    Miners race to realise graphite projects as China controls exports

    As China moved to control some exports of key battery mineral graphite on Friday, miners elsewhere face a race against time to bring new projects to fruition to secure supplies for the next generation of electric vehicles. China will require export permits for some graphite products to protect national security, its commerce ministry said, in its latest move to safeguard supplies of critical minerals and protect its manufacturing dominance. The world's top graphite producer and exporter also refines more than 90% of the material used in virtually all electric vehicles' (EVs) battery anodes, which is the negatively charged portion of a battery.