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PURPORTED CLASS ACTION SUIT FILED IN U.S. DISTRICT COURT; HARVARD INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES BELIEVES CLAIM IS WITHOUT MERIT

 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Harvard International Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: HITTF), manufacturers and marketers of the SPUD STOP(TM) 50-second french fry vending system, announced on Sept. 1, that although it had yet to be officially served with legal process, the company received a copy of a complaint filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York against the company and several of its executive officers.
 The complaint has been filed as a purported class action and alleges certain material misstatements and omissions in press releases issued by the company during the period from June 9 through Aug. 13, apparently based on a recent article in Barron's.
 The company believes that the alleged claims are without merit and intends to vigorously defend against the action.
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 /CONTACT: Robert W. Dunn, CFO of Harvard International Technologies, Ltd., 604-688-4883/
 (HITTF)


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