Semcon qualifies for listing on Attract40 list during first six months of 2002

Semcon qualifies for listing on Attract40 list during first six months of 2002 Semcon has qualified for a listing on the Stockholm Stock Exchange's Attract 40 list during the first six months of 2002. Updating the Attract 40 list means that 16 "new" and 30 "old" companies will be listed and Semcon is among the 16 "new" companies that have qualified for this segment. The aim of the Attract40 list is to spotlight attractive companies on the Stockholm Stock Exchange's O-list, primarily for foreign investors and small Swedish savers. The list is updated bi-annually and the update for the first six months of 2002 has produced a list of 46 companies. Of these, 16 are new to the list or are being re-listed following exclusion for one or several periods. 16 companies have also left the list, two due to de-listing. "At Semcon we see being listed on the Attract 40 from the New Year, as extremely positive," says Hans Johansson, Semcon's CEO. "This can boost our shares turnover rate and also increase interest in Semcon, among both foreign and domestic investors." The Stockholm Stock Exchange doesn't decide the companies on the Attract40 list. Investors do this. On the other hand the Stockholm Stock Exchange has set the high demands for a place on the list. The strongest criterion is the market's interest in the company over the last period. The choice is objective and open for listed companies that meet the demands - irrespective of industry. For more information please contact: Hans Johansson, CEO, Semcon AB, Tel +46 (0) 31 721 03 05, mobile +46 (0) 70 591 43 34 Bengt Nilsson, CFO, Semcon AB, Tel +46 (0) 31-721 03 11, mobile +46 (0) 70 447 28 68 ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker The following files are available for download:

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