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December 13th, 2007

Oxonica says receives follow-on order of 275,000 usd for security business

Abstract:
Nanomaterials group Oxonica PLC said it has received a follow-on order of 275,000 usd for its security technology business.

On June 21, Oxonica said it received a series of security technology purchase orders totaling 1.16 mln usd for several development products to be delivered over the next nine months with further orders worth 525,000 usd contingent on the achievement of 'intermediate technical milestones.'

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