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Lee's Pharmaceutical Kept Up the Rapid Pace of Growth; Profit Attributable to Shareholders Surged 176% in the Nine Months of 2008
Date:11/12/2008

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The Group remains confident on its growth prospect for the rest of the year. It is expected that all 5 existing products continue to register phenomenal growth and the newly launched product Eyprotor(R) will further expand the Groups revenue base.

Information about Lee's Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited

Lee's Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited, a biopharmaceutical company, was successfully listed on the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited in 2002, with over 13 years operation in China's pharmaceutical industry. It is fully integrated with solid infrastructures in drug development, clinical development, regulatory, manufacturing and sales and marketing in China with global perspective and it currently markets five products in China. The Group focuses on many different areas such as cardiovascular diseases, dermatology, oncology, gynecology and others with more than 15 products under different development stages stemming from both internal R&D as well as from the recent acquisition of licensing and distribution rights from various US and European companies.

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