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Outstanding Report On Bougainville Copper Limited


Outstanding report on Bougainville Copper Limited

Ladies and Gentlemen,

it's a great pleasure for me to announce that the famous European analyst, Mr. Swen Lorenz, just published a in-depth-report on Bougainville Copper Limited. You can find his analyses here: http://www.undervalued-sharescom/

On 95 pages Mr. Lorenz analyses the true value of one of the biggest copper, gold and silver assets of the world. The share price of Bougainville Copper doubled within the last 6 months and is supposed to rise further in the next weeks.

The European Shareholders expect even a share price of 30,00 AUD (20,00 €) in 5 years from now.

The actual price per share is 1,44 AUD (0,88 €) in Sydney.

Please read that outstanding report attentively.

With best regards

Axel G. Sturm
President ESBC
Principality of Andorra, December 17th, 2007

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