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Merger Success In The News:
- Yantai Bohai Pharmaceuticals Group Co., a traditional Chinese medicine company, raised $12 million in a private placement that was part of its reverse merger with the U.S.-based shell company.
- A company that manufactures jewelry in China, Wuhan Vogue-Show Jewelry Co., completed a previously announced reverse merger with the U.S. shell company Activeworlds Corp. and raised $5 million in a private placement.
- Fountainhead Capital Management sold about an 80% stake in the shell company Blink Couture to Regent Private Capital for $350,000.
GreenHouse Holdings, a San Diego-based company that makes energy efficiency products for homes and businesses, said it went public in a reverse merger with the shell company Custom Q and raised $475,000 in a private placement.
- Eurasian Capital Partners agreed to invest up to $2 million in Alamo Energy Corp., an oil and gas explorer with offices in Houston and London that went public in a reverse merger in November.
- A Russian company that says it has developed a less wasteful oil processing plant acquired a 62% stake in the former Dominican Republic catering company Caribbean Villa Catering Corp.
- Magnolia Solar Corp. went public in a reverse merger and raised $2.6 million in a placement of convertible notes and warrants.