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  1. rene in geneva

    AAH

    This is sounding more and more like a John Grisham plot.
  2. rene in geneva

    AAH

    Exactly right mate
  3. rene in geneva

    AAH

    rene 874,400 $10 or close offer
  4. good pickup Greg,good sign of some solid intrerest,from GE supporters I would think.
  5. rene in geneva

    AVX

    In reply to: chimera on Monday 22/12/08 10:48pm Well put chimera, these tossers like to kid themselves they're merging with CSL or JNJ. Shut the door auction everything, and forget it ever happened. This is all that is left of AMRAD, another biotech investment disaster, lots of trips, meetings and patting each other on the back but achieving zilch! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif
  6. In reply to: hungry on Wednesday 12/11/08 12:04pm With Sir Rod the mouth as head, sell and run away as fast as you can. Talk about all tip and no iceberg, really when will people stop listening to him. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/weirdsmiley.gif
  7. rene in geneva

    AAH

    In reply to: theadder on Monday 10/11/08 10:12am Like a headless chook, arana can get up on and present to the world how much money we have, late stage everything (including delivery of promises). Who needs a head. lets just leave the dog and the monkey where they are! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/grrr.gif
  8. rene in geneva

    AAH

    In reply to: theadder on Thursday 06/11/08 09:46am I reckon I had as much to do with the sale of Domantis as Chiplin did. . Success has a many fathers, failure is an orphan. Looks likwe will be back hearing "poised for growth" again. ho hum http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/weirdsmiley.gif
  9. rene in geneva

    AAH

    WTF! Chiplin sneaks away, what does he know that we don't? It won't be long before the consequent explanation is released......... http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/thumbdown.gif
  10. rene in geneva

    AAH

    So how many board members do they think they need? http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/weirdsmiley.gif I'm a bit sick of reading glowing career references on these yanks, who then stay on for a year and moving on having achieved F/A.
  11. In reply to: donnaleighh on Wednesday 01/10/08 06:04pm DUBAI, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Iraq has signed preliminary deals worth billions of dollars with General Electric Co and Siemens (Xetra: 723610 - news) (Advertisement) for equipment to almost double electricity generation capacity, an energy official said on Saturday. The deals with GE, Siemens and a third company would be worth a total of $7 billion to $8 billion, Iraq's Electricity Minister Karim Waheed told Reuters. Years of war, sanctions and neglect have battered Iraq's power grid and the country suffers chronic power shortages. The capital Baghdad receives only a few hours of electricity a day. The deals would mark a big step in the country's reconstruction, Waheed said. 'These deals will help us to end the electricity supply problem by 2012,' Waheed said on a private visit to the United Arab Emirates. Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) earlier this month for U.S. giant General Electric (NYSE: GE - news) to supply turbines to generate 6,800 megawatts of power, Waheed said. He declined to say how much Iraq would pay GE for the equipment, but said each megawatt would cost between $700,000 and $800,000. That would give a value of between $4.8 billion and $5.4 billion. The country has signed a second MOU with Germany's Siemens to supply equipment to generate another 2,000 MW, he added. That deal would be worth between $1.4 billion and $1.6 billion. Baghdad was negotiating with a third company for another 1,000 MW, he said, declining to give further details. The three deals would enable Iraq to add around 10,000 MW to installed capacity by around 11,000 MW. Damage to the power stations, lack of maintenance and drought mean Iraq's actual power production is well under capacity at around 5,500 MW. Demand stands at around 11,000 MW, Waheed said. Iraq plans to approach engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firms to build the plants once the deals are signed, he added. While big international companies were still reluctant to send people to work in Iraq, improvements in security had improved Baghdad's chances of attracting companies to undertake the work, he said. Iraqi oil officials will meet Russia's Technoprom Export on Oct. 12 to review a $124 million deal to repair 400 MW of power generation capacity in the southern city of Basra. The World Bank will fund the deal, he added. The deal was one of several frozen after the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003. Iraq is also negotiating with Russia's Power Machines to revive another old deal to build two plants with 160 MW of capacity each in Iraq's north, he added. Iraq signed a deal with GE for three power plants worth $480 million in June. (Editing by Janet Lawrence) Keywords: IRAQ GE/SIEMENS
  12. The new CEO did nothing at COATES HIRE, so I don't know what the board are thinking with this apptmt., unless it is just caretaker mode until a takeover.
  13. looks like a bit of margin call selling! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/grrr.gif
  14. rene in geneva

    VAH

    In reply to: blueice on Thursday 28/08/08 03:24pm certainly is http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif
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