Strategic Internet Investments, Inc Requests Delisting of Its Common Shares From Berlin Bremen Stock Exchange
Strategic Internet Investments Incorporated
(the "Company") wishes to inform its shareholders that it
has requested Berliner Freiverkehr (Aktien) AG and the Berlin Bremen Stock
Exchange (BBSE) to
de-list the Company's shares from trading on the BBSE. After careful
review of the potential pros and cons of trading on the BBSE, Company
management has determined that it is not in the best interest of its
shareholders to maintain a listing there at this point in time.
Effective as of the close of trading on June 14th, 2004 the company's
shares have been de-listed from the BBSE. Management would like to thank
officials of the Berliner Freiverkehr (Aktien) AG and the Berlin Bremen
Stock Exchange for their cooperation and prompt response to the de-listing
The Company further wishes to inform its shareholders that as soon as the
Company meets the listing requirements of either the NASDAQ small cap
market stock exchange or the American Stock Exchange, it intends to seek
the listing of its shares for trading on one of these more senior
exchanges. It is the opinion of Company management that shareholders would
be better served with a more senior listing as opposed to maintaining an
additional listing on the BBSE.
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