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Dividend Signals Seeka On Target

News Release
December 17, 2003
For immediate release

Dividend Signals Seeka On Target

The Board of Seeka Kiwifruit Industries announced its interim dividend to shareholders today at 9 cents per share fully imputed.

The total amount of the dividend is $713,240 and the imputation credits associated with the interim dividend totals 4.4328 cents per share. This figure lifts the gross dividend to 13.4328 cents per share. (Compared to 8.95 cents per share interim in 2002/03)

Managing director Tony de Farias says the company continues to perform well in the current year and consistent with forecast.

"The company has backed up this performance with a lift in the interim dividend to previous years' levels."

The dividend is payable on shares held as at 5pm 13 February 2004 and payable on 18 February 2004 and the company's recently released Dividend Reinvestment Scheme will apply to the interim dividend.

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