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An American Depositary Receipt ("ADR") is a U.S. dollar denominated form of equity ownership in a non-U.S. company. It represents the foreign shares of the company held on deposit by a custodian bank in the company's home country and carries the corporate and economic rights of the foreign shares, subject to the terms specified on the ADR certificate.

For more information on the LION ADRs, please go to:

www.adr.com (Ticker Symbol: LEON)