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IC Companys announces share buyback program

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May '08
As previously informed the IC Companys A/S Board of Directors has resolved to initiate a share buy-back program. Under the program IC Companys A/S will buy own shares for an amount of up to DKK 90 million until 15 May, 2008, cf. stock exchange announcement no. 16 of 29 February, 2008.

During any one single trading day a maximum of 9,429 shares (ISIN code DK0010221803) will be bought back, as the share buyback program is implemented in accordance with the provisions of the European Commission's regulation no. 2273/2003 of December 22, 2003.

At least once every seven trading days, IC Companys A/S will issue an announcement in respect of the transactions made under the program.

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