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March 10th, 2007

Brasvetro Signs DFI License To Launch Diamon-Fusion® Nano-Coating In Brazil

Abstract:
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. global developer and exclusive licensor of the Diamon-Fusion® patented hydrophobic nanotechnology, has signed a 5-year license agreement with Brazil's prestigious Curved Glass Manufacturer BRASVETRO - Vidros de Segurança Ltda.. This agreement will serve as the initial step to develop South America's largest market and to further grow the MERCOSUR (Regional Trade Agreement among six countries: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and Bolivia ), DFI Senior Officials stated.

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