Internet-Boom in Asien - HARTCOURT COMPANIES (900009)!!!!!!!

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Internet-Boom in Asien - HARTCOURT COMPANIES (900009)!!!!!!! Emma
Emma:

Internet-Boom in Asien - HARTCOURT COMPANIES (900009)!!!!!!!

 
10.09.99 14:24
#1
Hartcorut Companies wird mit Sicherheit auch noch vom Boom profitieren -
jetzt noch rein in den Wert, so lange er günstig ist!!!
Internet-Boom in Asien - HARTCOURT COMPANIES (900009)!!!!!!! Frankie
Frankie:

Weißt Du näheres über Hartcourt? o.T.

 
11.09.99 15:24
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Internet-Boom in Asien - HARTCOURT COMPANIES (900009)!!!!!!! Emma
Emma:

hier mehr Infos:

 
13.09.99 10:58
#3
09.09.99 USA: HARTCOURT TO CONVERT 15 PERCENT OF STOCK OPTIONS IN UAC ONLINE STOCK TRADING.
LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ - The Hartcourt Companies, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: HRCT) announced today that it has agreed to convert its loan to UAC Online Stock Trading Inc. into an additional 15 percent of ownership of UAC, pending approval from the Chinese government. This conversion will make Hartcourt a 50-percent partner in UAC.
UAC is the first and only electronic stock trading company in China, using Chinapac network of China Telecom to connect investors and brokerage houses. There are 4,000 brokerage offices in China, servicing more than 40 million investors. UAC operating system has been in operation at 3 brokerage offices in Beijing and will be installed at 12 more offices in the next few weeks. UAC has a contract to connect all 98 offices of Hua Xia Securities, the second largest brokerage house in China.
Dr. Alan Phan, Chairman and CEO of Hartcourt, comments, "UAC is generating profit on each and every brokerage office it services. If we could connect 500 offices as planned by next year, our net earning would exceed $5 million in 2000. Considering the headstart UAC currently enjoys as the first and only on-line stock trading in China, it is easy to understand our enthusiasm for the future of this E-Trade of China. With the consent of the Chinese partners, Hartcourt will bring UAC to the market place in an IPO planned for August 2000."

Hartcourt recently announced that it has agreed to acquire 58 percent of Financial Telecom Ltd. of Hong Kong (FTL). FTL is a financial data bank providing real time stock quotes and other information of Hong Kong-listed companies to institutional and retail investors. FTL maintains a financial portal, www.asianetvest.com.hk, and has been in business for 16 years. It had HK$16.6 million in revenues in 1998. Both UAC and FTL are profitable.
Dr. Phan continues, "Our mission is to become the leading Internet company in China. With the acquisition of 50 percent of UAC and 58 percent of FTL, we have created a major platform to roll up other profitable Internet companies. We are already a powerhouse in the China Internet industry."

Note: Certain statements in this news release may constitute "forward-looking" statements within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Such forward-looking statements involve risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievement expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to differ materially from the forward-looking statements.
SOURCE Hartcourt Companies, Inc. -0-09/09/1999

/CONTACT: Alan V. Phan, Chairman of Hartcourt Companies, Inc., 562-426-9796/
/Web site: www.asianetvest.com.hk/
/Web site: www.Hartcourt.com/
(HRCT).
PR NEWSWIRE 09/09/1999
Internet-Boom in Asien - HARTCOURT COMPANIES (900009)!!!!!!! Emma

...und noch etwas...

 
#4
25.08.99 USA: HARTCOURT ACQUIRES 58 PERCENT OF FINANCIAL TELECOM OF HONG KONG.
LOS ANGELES-(BUSINESS WIRE)-Aug. 25, 1999-The Hartcourt Companies Inc. (OTC BB:HRCT) Wednesday announced that it has agreed to acquire 58 percent of all outstanding shares of Financial Telecom Ltd. (FTL) of Hong Kong.
FTL is an information service provider specializing in transmitting real-time financial data and news via a network of fixed-line and wireless systems, including a new-generation high-speed FLEX wireless PDA for mobile users.
FTL is also the marketing agent for Standard & Poor's Comstock, a division of McGraw Hill, in Hong Kong. FTL has been a premier pacesetter in this business for the last 16 years.
FTL plans a major expansion in China by setting up a nationwide distribution of data, linking major cities via satellite up-link and marketing these services via a network of paging operators as resellers.
The quick service launch will be made possible by the recent joint venture between Hartcourt and UAC Online Stock Trading of China and by strategic alliance with existing satellite-based operators and paging systems.
FTL and UAC will also join forces to set up an Internet portal, specializing in financial data and stock market quotes for China and Hong Kong. Existing customers of the two companies will ensure the success of the Web site.
At present, FTL maintains a Web site, www.asianetvest.com.hk, for its clients, which include major investment houses, banks, securities firms and mutual funds of Hong Kong.
Dr. Alan Phan, chairman and chief executive officer of Hartcourt, said: "We bought into UAC Online Stock Trading with the goal of turning it into an E-Trade of China. FTL is operating like a small Standard & Poor's of Hong Kong.
"By linking the two companies together, we would have a financial powerhouse in China and Hong Kong stock market. In addition, Hartcourt is ready to complete another joint venture with a national ISP in China. In my personal opinion, Hartcourt, via FTL and UAC and the ISP, will be a major player in the fast-growing field of China Internet. We are very excited at the prospect."
Stephen Tang, president of FTL, agreed: "China stock market is growing very fast. Hartcourt and UAC will help us capture the market share much more quickly than if we do it on our own. The potential benefit for each and all parties is tremendous. Looking from a long-term perspective, it is a definite winning combination."
The transaction is scheduled to close within the next 30 days.

Certain statements in this news release may constitute "forward looking" statements within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Such forward-looking statements involve risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievement expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to differ materially from the forward-looking statements.

CONTACT: Hartcourt Companies Inc. Dr. Alan V. Phan, 562/426-9796.
BUSINESS WIRE 25/08/1999  


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