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AMP Capital, Child Health to Take Shares in A2 Corp.

Friday 12th September 2008

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AMP Capital Investors and the Child Health Research Foundation will become investors in A2 Corp. under a proposal to be considered by shareholders this month.

AMP capital will acquire 28 million shares at 10 cents apiece to raise capital for the company, while Child Health will be issued 13.9 million shares in exchange for terminating an agreement with A2 Corp. Shareholders will also vote on issuing 50 million shares to EGI-Fund (08-10) Investors LLC at 10 cents a share.

Shares of the company that owns and licenses techniques to identify milk with a protein variant claimed to have health benefits last traded at 15 cents.

By Jonathan Underhill

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