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Stallergenes : 3rd Quarter Sales Up 17%: 9- Month Cumulative Sales Up 17%
Date:10/11/2007

PARIS, October 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --

(EUR millions) 2007 2006 07/06

%Sales %Sales %

change

Southern Europe (1) 20.63 70.6 17.61 70.7 17

Other EU countries (2) 7.07 24.2 6.06 24.4 17

Other markets 1.51 5.2 1.22 4.9 24

SLIT 22.13 75.8 18.14 72.9 22

SCIT 5.96 20.4 5.60 22.5 6

Other products 1.12 3.8 1.15 4.6 (3)

Total Q3 sales 29.21 100.0 24.89 100.0 17

Southern Europe (1) 77.16 74.2 65.71 73.8 17

Other EU countries (2) 22.83 21.9 19.78 22.2 15

Other markets 4.02 3.9 3.60 4.0 12

SLIT 81.88 78.7 67.55 75.8 21

SCIT 17.78 17.1 17.23 19.3 3

Other products 4.35 4.2 4.31 4.8 1

9-month cumulated sales 104.01 100.0 89.09 100.0 17

(1) Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Greece;

(2) Switzerland included

Sales growth and financial position

2007 3rd quarter sales registered further significant growth in all markets (+17%, vs +9% in 2006). The most vigorous market segment remained sublingual route desensitization (SLIT, +22%). Subcutaneous route sales (SCIT) increased by 6%. Cumulative sales for the first nine months of the year increased by 17% (vs +13% in 2006).

The financial position improved. Net debt declined 40% from net debt at 30 September 2006.

Significant 3rd quarter transactions and events

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