It is not often that an ambitious mining company comes to AIM with more than $230 million (£140 million) in the bank already and the possibility of floating off a profitable subsidiary in Hong Kong. Such a company is iron ore counter London Mining, which intends to admit its shares on Friday 6 November.
Scientific instrument developer Microsaic Systems, a developer of miniaturised mass spectrometry (known as ‘mass-spec’) technology, is intending to join AIM after raising £4 million through broker Numis.
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