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  • From: Pete Strickland <ps@iucr.org>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2004 08:41:28 +0100
  • Organization: IUCr
Subject: Swets statement
Date: Wednesday 22 September 2004 6:08 pm
From: Barry Mahon <barry.mahon@IOL.IE>

Dear All,

I have just received this from STM, in addition to the comments from Arnoud de 
Kemp which will be circulated to the list it clarifies the original 

Dear All,

On behalf of the Management of Swets & Zeitlinger, I would like to make a 
short statement about our plans for the future.

Resulting from the high level of confidence of the shareholders and management 
in the future of the company, we shortly expect to announce a significant 
strengthening of our share capital through the provision of new investment 
funds by our shareholders.  These new funds will be used to accelerate our 
investments in e-services which will thereby further improve our services to 
our clients.  Moreover, we will use part of the new funds to re-structure our 
organisation in order to further improve service and efficiency for the 
longer term.

We apologise that we are unable to give you more detailed information at this 
stage but would like to assure you that we will keep you informed as soon as 
we can report on new developments.

Thank you for your support.

John Martin

Dr. John R. Martin
Director of Business Development and Marketing

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