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ADVISORY: Neoware to Broadcast Annual Stockholders' Meeting
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., Nov. 29, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Neoware Systems Inc. (Nasdaq:NWRE), the leading supplier of award-winning software, services, and thin client appliances, will broadcast its Annual Stockholders' Meeting, to be held on Wednesday, December 1, 2004, at 10:00 AM Eastern Time. The meeting will take place at Neoware's headquarters, located at 400 Feheley Drive, King of Prussia, PA.
Wysak Petroleum Inc.
Wysak Signs Agreement with Leading European Wind Energy Company
SEATTLE, Nov. 29, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Wysak Petroleum (Pink Sheets:WYSK) announces an agreement to develop a 46 Mw Wind Farm project near Radzejow, Poland. Leading Wind Energy Company co-developer Projekt GmbH, Germany, anticipates approximately 125 Gwh/year in electricity from the Radzejow Project. It is estimated that this is enough electricity to power over 15,000 homes per year.
Orascom Construction Industries, S.A.E.
Orascom Construction Industries, S.A.E. Announces OCI To Add New Capacity
CAIRO, Egypt, Nov. 29, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Orascom Construction Industries (stock symbols: OCIC.CA / ORCI EY / OCICq.L / ORSD LI) announced that the Kurdistan Regional Government has awarded an OCI consortium a 12-year lease contract for the Tasluja cement plant located near Suleimaniyah City in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The OCI consortium includes the Farouk Rasool Group, a prominent Kurdish industrial group and the largest shareholder in Asia-Cell, a regional provider of mobile phone services in northern Iraq. The Office of the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government chose the OCI consortium based on our "financial and technical capabilities and experience in implementing similar projects and due to the strategic importance of the plant for producing cement which is of vital importance for the reconstruction process of Kurdistan." Under the terms of the lease contract, the OCI consortium will be responsible for the rehabilitation, operation and maintenance of the Tasluja cement plant and will receive a right of first refusal on any potential privatization of the plant.