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TREE TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL TO UNVEIL CLONED TREE AT THE 1992 GLOBAL FORUM

 TREE TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
 TO UNVEIL CLONED TREE AT THE 1992 GLOBAL FORUM
 Tree Technology International, Inc. (TTI) holds the exclusive worldwide license in perpetuity to plant, grow, develop, market and to distribute all tissue culture and clonal material for the highly valued Paulownia Clone -- which will revolutionize the timber industry worldwide. The clonal material was developed in Australia after 10 years of research and field trials. TTI was formed on Dec. 9, 1991, and is an American company.
 "A Tree-Growing Revolution...Through Biotechnology"
 June 9, 9-10:30 a.m.
 Reception: 9-9:30 a.m.
 Briefing: 9:30-10 a.m.
 Questions & answer: 10-10:30 a.m.
 The briefing will be held in structure 35 in Flamengo Park
 TTI will have a company information booth during the Global Forum (June 1-14) for people to learn more about this exciting company, its technology and what TTI is doing to help the environment. The booth will be located in the Exhibition Center at Flamengo Park, near the Hotel Gloria (booth space number 396/397 -- location in sector 6 light blue).
 CONTACT: Rick DiBella, 212-689-6600 (June 1-15), Steve Haden in Rio de Janeiro, 55-21-205-7272 (May 30-June 14), both for Tree Technology; or for ongoing media inquiries, 800-777-2550.
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