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Ludlow China Initiates Research Coverage on Linkwell Corporation With a Target Price at $0.80 per Share

Ludlow China Initiates Research Coverage on Linkwell Corporation With a Target Price at $0.80 per Share

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 11/28/06 -- Linkwell Corporation (OTCBB: LWLL), a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of healthcare-related disinfectants in China, announced today that Ludlow China Research has initiated research coverage on Linkwell Corp. with a target price of $0.80 a share based on projected revenues of $22 million in 2007.

A full version of Ludlow China's research coverage and risk factors on Linkwell Corp. (OTCBB: LWLL) can be found at http://www.theasianinvestor.com/reports/lwll.htm

Gerry Salazar, the Managing Partner of Ludlow China Fund, commented, "Based on current earnings in 2006 and projected revenues of $22 to $25 million for 2007, Ludlow China feels LWLL has the potential to post a total EPS for fiscal year 2007 of around $0.04.

"Based on a price to earnings valuation of 20 times earning, that would give LWLL a fair value target of $0.80 per share, conservatively. The industry average PE is about 25. Given substantial growth in revenues and earnings, it is not surprised for LWLL to trade 30x earnings in 2007. Investors must take into consideration that the company may not meet earnings expectations, and that any increase in shares outstanding may effect projected valuation. But, with historical substantial growth in revenues and earnings, and over 100% growth in revenues and earnings projected for 2007 and 2008, LWLL could provide for much more upside potential from its current levels than downside, thus Ludlow China is issuing a valuation target of $0.80 per share."

About Ludlow China Small Cap Index

The Ludlow China Index is a basket of some of the top US-traded Chinese stocks. The Index provides institutional and individual investors a gauge for tracking the day-to-day performance of Chinese stocks traded here in the US. The index is designed for investors who have a long-term bullish outlook on China's emerging market. The Ludlow China Index is owned and operated by Ludlow China Fund, Inc., based in New York City. http://www.ludlowcapital.com/indices/

About Linkwell Corporation

Linkwell Corporation (OTCBB: LWLL) develops, manufactures, and distributes disinfectant healthcare products in China through its 90% owned subsidiary Shanghai Likang Disinfectant High Tech Company ("Likang"). Linkwell's disinfectant healthcare products are a nationally recognized domestic Chinese brand in this market segment. Linkwell products include disinfectants in liquid, tablet, powder and aerosol form. Through Likang, Linkwell has a national marketing and sales presence throughout all 22 provinces, 5 autonomous regions, and 4 special municipalities of China. All inventory and order fulfillment is carried out of a 21,500 square foot facility in Shanghai's Jiading district. For more info about the company, please visit http://www.linkwell.us

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This is NOT a solicitation to Buy or Sell any security, but rather is for research purposes only. Content contained herein includes facts, views, opinions and recommendations of individuals and organizations deemed of interest. Ludlow Capital does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of, or otherwise endorse these views, opinions or recommendations, or give investment advice. Ludlow Capital, its affiliates, or directors, may or may not hold a position in the above security from time to time, and investors are encourage to consider this as a possible conflict of interest when reviewing this information. In Compliance with SEC Rule 17B Ludlow Capital was compensated three thousand five hundred dollars for the distribution of this research material, and listing on the Ludlow China Index, and should be considered a possible conflict of interest when reviewing this report and information.

Contact:

Ludlow China Fund
Gerry Salazar
Phone: (718) 855-8451

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