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Neusoft Medical intends to acquire equities in Philips-Neusoft Medical Systems joint venture from Philips
Date:2/5/2013

SHENYANG, China, Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Neusoft Corporation ("Neusoft", SSE:600718) announced today that it has signed a Term Sheet with Philips on the proposed transaction of shares and assets in Philips and Neusoft Medical Systems Co., Ltd. ("PNMS"). According to the Term Sheet, Neusoft's wholly-owned subsidiary Neusoft Medical System Co., Ltd. ("Neusoft Medical") and its overseas associates intend to acquire 51% equities in PNMS held by Philips. Upon the completion of the proposed transaction, all intellectual property rights of PNMS will be shared by both Neusoft and Philips. In addition, a team of approximately 100 to 150 Computed Tomography (CT) system and component engineers and supporting staff will transfer from the joint venture to Philips.

According to Neusoft, the joint venture had fulfilled its mission over the past years, as evidenced by a large number of competitive products and intellectual property rights. The successful performance of PNMS has built a solid foundation for both sides to further optimize their respective global deployment and improve their competitiveness. With this transaction, Neusoft and Philips will be able to develop new products based on their previous achievements in a more flexible manner in line with their respective strategies, which will further support their long-term strategic targets and plans to help them cope better with new opportunities and challenges in the global market.

PNMS was jointly established by Neusoft Medical and Philips in 2004 with a registered capital of USD 29.6 million. Philips and Neusoft Medical held 51% and 49% equities respectively. PNMS is specialized in R&D and production of medical systems such as CT scanners, MRI, ultrasound and X-ray equipments that are branded with Neusoft and Philips respectively and put into the market through their respective marketing networks for global markets. Based on Neusoft Medical and Philips' b
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