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Encorium Group Completes Sale of its U.S. Business to Pierrel Research USA; Announces Management Changes
Date:7/17/2009

WAYNE, Pa., July 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Encorium Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENCO), a full service multinational clinical research organization (CRO) that provides design, development, and management capabilities for clinical trials and patient registries to many of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, today announced that is has completed the previously announced sale of the Company's U.S. business to Pierrel Research USA, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pierrel SpA, an international contract research organization listed on Milano's Stock Exchange. The purchase price was $2.7 million, comprised of $80,000 in cash as well as the assumption of $2.6 million in liabilities.

In connection with the consummation of the sale, Pierrel Research USA has entered into a lease with the landlord of the Company's U.S. headquarters in Wayne, Pennsylvania, pursuant to which the landlord has agreed to release the Company from its remaining lease obligations of approximately $3.4 million for a termination fee of $235,000.

As of the closing of the transaction, Dr. David Ginsberg, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, has joined Pierrel Research USA as its Chief Executive Officer. In addition, Pierrel has extended employment to substantially all of Encorium's U.S. employees. As a result, Pierrel expects that the U.S. operations will continue largely unchanged and that it will be able to seamlessly continue to deliver the services our customers depend on. Encorium has obtained authorizations from its affected customers allowing the Company to transfer the provision of services to Pierrel.

Dr. Kai Lindevall, Chairman of the Board and President of Europe and Asia, commented, "We believe that the sale of our U.S. business to Pierrell, a well respected international contact research organ
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