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Mindray Medical International Announces Third Quarter 2007 Results

570,537 867,651 115,798

Selling expenses (note 2) (149,442) (212,430) (28,351)

General and administrative expenses

(note 2) (43,102) (65,191) (8,700)

Research and development expenses

(note 2) (103,175) (147,211) (19,647)

Other general expenses 23 (197) (26)

Operating income 274,841 442,622 59,073

Other income, net (1,467) 11,680 1,559

Interest income 8,878 53,711 7,168

Interest expense (327) (63) (8)

Income before income taxes and

minority interests 281,925 507,950 67,792

Provision for income taxes (19,649) (74,294) (9,915)

Minority interests (6,456) 0 0

Net Income 255,820 433,656 57,876

Basic earnings per share 3.17 4.08 0.55

Diluted earnings per share 2.80 3.85 0.51

Shares used in the computation of:

Basic earnings per share 80,777,302 106,171,253 106,171,253

Diluted earnings per share 91,314,023 112,620,932 112,620,932

(2) Share-based compensation charges

incurred during the period related


Cost of revenues 426 1,187 158

Selling expenses 5,555 15,049 2,008

General and administrative expenses 8,749 12,685 1,693

Research and development expenses 4,783 12,025 1,605

Exhibit 3


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