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In its previous life as a bulletin board penny stock, Gulf Resources
The China-based bromine producer has received more attention after pulling off a reverse stock split in 2006 -- a daring move that's been completed this year by Coeur d'Alene Mines
Increasing fuel demand in China is prompting companies like ExxonMobil
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