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April 13th, 2006

Taking aim at airline fuel costs

Abstract:
Raymor Industries Inc. is a rarity in the fledgling nanotech sector. The Montreal-based company's stock (RAR/TSX-V) is up 155% this year, while U.S. nanotech companies such as Harris & Harris Group Inc., Nanogen Inc. and JMAR Technologies Inc. struggle to stop two-year stock slides after rosy predictions from ebullient Wall Street analysts failed to come true.

(Ed.'s note: in a followup email, Raymor states "Attention: Raymor wishes to specify that an error has been made in the pricing of single-walled carbon nanotubes in the National Post article of April 13, 2006. The sale price of single-walled carbon nanotubes targeted by Raymor is US$20.00/gram or US$20,000.00/kilogram (for large volume clients) and not US$20,000.00/gram, as mentioned in today’s National Post article. The present price of single-walled carbon nanotubes of the same quality can reach US$500.00/gram or US$500,000.00/kilogram and not US$500,000.00/gram as mentioned in today’s National Post article.")

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