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Internet Securities launches Slovak service

Internet Securities, Inc. (ISI), a publisher of internet-delivered emerging markets news and information, launched its Slovak service on September 10. ISI will provide comprehensive capital market information, in-depth company and industry information, macroeconomic statistics and forecasts, legal information and country overviews.

ISI was founded in 1994 and was acquired by Euromoney Institutional Investor in January 1999. The service caters to professionals in financial institutions and multinational corporations throughout the United States, Europe and emerging markets.

Its Emerging Markets service provides hard-to-get information about emerging market economies including financial, economic and political news, data which it transmits through an innovative Internet distribution system.

The service includes full-text news articles, financial statements, industry analyses, equity quotes, macroeconomic statistics, and market-specific information.

The subscription-based service gives users access to over 900 leading news sources throughout Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Additional information can be obtained at www.securities.com.

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