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European Lithium to start trading on Vienna Stock Exchange

European Lithium Ltd. said Oct. 5 that its shares were admitted to the Vienna Stock Exchange.

The company's shares are expected to start trading on the bourse under the ticker symbol ELI, effective Oct. 9.

The dual listing will deliver enhanced liquidity and greater access to capital by increasing the exposure of the company's Austria-based Wolfsberg lithium project to potential European investors.

European Lithium is the first Australian company that has been admitted to the VSE.