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Mondas Board of Directors Proposes Name Change to Corero

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The board of directors for Mondas has proposed a name change to corero plc for the company, in order, it says, to reflect the significant growth and restructuring that has taken place in the past few years, and to reposition the company for the next phase of its development. In order to action the change of name a special resolution must be passed at a general meeting of the Company and accordingly an Extraordinary General Meeting will be convened to be held in February 2007, details of which will be posted shortly.

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