DMFC developer CMR Fuel Cells announces delisting from AIM

CMR Fuel Cells, a Cambridge, U.K.-based direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) developer, recently announced that it will delist from the London Stock Exchange's AIM and plans to return £3.8 M to its shareholders (pending board approval and shareholder vote). It is also likely to sell its remaining assets...

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