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Date:9/1/2009

ealth to provide to the disaster areas a large amount of disinfectant, of which more than 400 tons were transported by air due to urgent need.

"We are carrying out R&D on new types of disinfectant to combat the influenza virus," Chairman Xuelian Bian emphasized, "Over the past few years, Likang has focused on the medical disinfection market in China, rejecting offers of cooperation from institutional investors who have wanted to invest in the civilian public health market many times. Nevertheless, the situation of the outbreak of infectious diseases throughout the world is becoming more urgent. China's 1.3 billion people make up a more than 30 billion market shares in the huge market of infection control. To Likang company, which holds a large number of civilian disinfection product technology patents, the decision to penetrate the civil disinfection market and other related markets will not only provide the most professional products and services to the whole community, but also lead to rapid growth and expansion for the company."

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Linkwell Corporation, through its 90% ownership of its subsidiary, Shanghai Likang Disinfectant Hi-tech Co., Ltd, develops, manufactures and distributes disinfectant healthcare products in China. Founded in 1998, Shanghai Likang Disinfectant Hi-tech Co., Ltd, has developed into China's top-ranked medical disinfection high-tech enterprise with several years' rapid growth. Formerly a Second Military Medical University-owned technology company, Likang always attaches great importance to the R&D and sales of new sterilization products. The company has obtained most disinfection product licenses approved by the Ministry of Health, and is equipped with the all the liquid, gel, powder and tablet production lines. The company is in possession of 12 patents and has 25 others in process, as well as a great deal of know-how. The company can put for
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