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Genomma Lab Announces Its 2010 Earnings Guidance

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Genomma Lab Internacional, S.A.B. de C.V. (BMV: LAB) ("Genomma Lab" or "the Company") announces today its 2010 earnings guidance.

Genomma Lab expects net sales growth in the range of 42% to 45% for the full year of 2010, excluding possible acquisitions, and an EBITDA margin between 25.0% and 26.0%, from 2009 year-end results which we expect to be above our last issued guidance.

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