REG-Geong International Limited: Director/PDMR Shareholding
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27 March 2012 GEONG International Limited ("GEONG" or "the Company") Director Dealing GEONG International Limited (AIM: GNG), a leading Internet software solutions provider and operator for large enterprises in China, announces that on 27 March 2012, Henry Tse, Chairman and Non-Executive Director of the Company, bought 8,450 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 16.5 pence per share. As a result of this transaction, Henry Tse is interested in 3,712,123 ordinary shares in the Company representing approximately 9.81% of the issued capital. For further information, please contact: GEONG International Limited www.geong.com Tel: +86 10 5222 0999 Henry Tse, Chairman Weidong Wang, CEO Amit Thakar, CFO Evolution Securities Limited Tel: +44 020 7071 4300 Nominated adviser and joint broker - Tim Worlledge/Esther Lee About GEONG International Limited GEONG is recognised as a leading independent Internet software solutions provider and operator for large enterprises in China. Registered in Jersey, the Company's operations are headquartered in Beijing, China. GEONG International Ltd. (GEONG or the Company) has been quoted on the London Stock Exchange (LSE AIM: GNG.L) since June 2006. The Company has since transformed from an ECM (Enterprise Content Management) software and service centric business to an internet business centric company and both revenues and profits have almost trebled over the last six years. GEONG is an internet solutions and service software company managed by a world class management and professional team who collectively own 26% of the business. The Company's mission is to help its clients to improve their business efficiency and customer satisfaction through smarter internet applications. For more information, please visit www.geong.com END
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