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July 14th, 2005

Wall Street Reporter Focuses on MFIC

Abstract:
At the request of the Wall Street Reporter Magazine (WSR), Irwin Gruverman, CEO and Chairman of MFIC Corporation was interviewed by Ian Roberts, WSR Senior Analyst, on the subject of the Company's recent R&D efforts and achievements enabled by completion in early 2004 of MFIC's financial restructuring, growth and attainment of net income profitability.

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