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TECHNOPOLIS GROUP INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 – JUNE 30, 2010

TECHNOPOLIS PLC      INTERIM REPORT       July 16, 2010 at 12:20                


TECHNOPOLIS GROUP INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - JUNE 30, 2010                      

Highlights for period 1 - 6/2010 compared with 2009                             
- Net sales rose to EUR 39.2 million (EUR 38.2 million)                         
- EBITDA rose to EUR 20.6 million (EUR 19.7 million)                            
- Net sales and EBITDA were improved by a EUR 0.8 million early capital lease   
repayment                                                                       
- Operating profit rose to EUR 20.9 million (EUR -9.1 million)                  
including a change of EUR 0.7 million (EUR -28.6 million) in the fair value of  
investment properties                                                           
- Profit before taxes totaled EUR 15.8 million (EUR -15.4 million)              
- The financial occupancy rate was 92.8 % (94.2 %)                              
- The Group's equity ratio was 38.0 % (37.8 %)                                  
- The direct result rose to EUR 10.5 million (EUR 10.1 million), and direct     
result per share (diluted) was EUR 0.18 per share (EUR 0.18)                    
- Earnings per share (undiluted) were EUR 0.17 (EUR -0.20) and diluted EUR 0.17 
(EUR -0.20)                                                                     
- The Group's Management estimates that the growth of net sales and EBITDA will 
be 0 - 2 %. The earlier estimate was that in 2010 net sales will grow 0 - 2 %   
and that EBITDA in 2010 will remain at the 2009 level.                          


Keith Silverang, CEO:                                                           

“The business environment has stabilized, but there is intense competition. The 
competitive advantage of the Technopolis concept has been significant in these  
challenging conditions.                                                         
                                                                                
Growth in the international market is proceeding one step at a time. The        
pre-occupancy rate of Pulkovo in St. Petersburg increased to nearly 40 % during 
the second quarter, even before the building has been commissioned. The         
Technopolis Ülemiste joint venture deal in Tallinn is expected to be closed in  
the early fall 2010. Organic growth continued in Finland, and approximately     
31,000 gross square meters are under construction in the Helsinki Metropolitan  
Area, Kuopio and Tampere.                                                       

The Group's direct result and cost-effectiveness were good. The market yields   
affecting the fair value of investment properties slightly decreased, and the   
fair market value of investment properties did not change much during the       
reporting period.                                                               

The Group continues to benefit from low market interest rates. The average      
interest rate of the Group's loan portfolio was 2.08 % at the end of the        
reporting period. On the other hand, we are gradually preparing for a rate      
increase, and the first interest rate swaps have been carried out.              

A directed share issue of EUR 19.4 million, carried out successfully in May, has
strengthened the Group's capital structure and will facilitate domestic and     
international growth projects.”                                                 

Business Conditions in Finland and St. Petersburg                               

After the economic downturn, European economic growth has continued to be       
modest, and the pace of growth is clearly slower than in the rest of the world. 
The gross domestic product in the Euro area increased in January through March  
by 0.2 % compared to the previous quarter, and by 0.5 % compared to the previous
year. The Finnish economy is picking up slightly as a result of the fact that   
its gross domestic product has grown faster than the Euro area, and that        
employment in Finland has developed better than forecasted. It is possible that 
the growth estimates for 2010 will be adjusted in the fall. In Finland,         
inflation rose in April to 1.6 %. (source: The Research Institute of the Finnish
Economy, June 2, 2010). The Bank of Finland predicts that economic growth will  
be weak until early 2011, and growth in total output will be clearly more       
sluggish than before the economic crisis. (Source: the Bank of Finland, Economic
Outlook 1/2010.)                                                                

The office space vacancy rate rose in nearly all Finnish growth centers in      
spring 2010, but remained below 8%. The vacancy rate for office space in the    
Helsinki metropolitan area continued to rise, climbing to 12.3 %. The problems  
of the real economy will be reflected in the rental market. Catella predicts    
that the vacancy rates for office space will continue to increase in 2010.      
(Source: Catella, Market Review, spring 2010.)                                  

The office market in St. Petersburg has experienced an upturn since the first   
quarter, and the rents for class A and class B properties remained stable. The  
demand is being driven largely by companies relocating to new premises, while   
the amount of new companies entering the market is low. (Source: Jones Lang     
LaSalle, St. Petersburg office market, Q1 2010.)                                

Operations                                                                      

Technopolis has two operational segments based on two geographic units: Finland 
and Russia. The segmentation is based on the Group's existing internal reporting
procedures and the organization of the Group's operations.                      

In spite of the decline in global economic conditions, the demand for innovation
environments in Technopolis' areas of operation has remained satisfactory, and  
the Group's financial occupancy rate has remained on a satisfactory level,      
standing at 92.8 % at the end of the second quarter (94.0 % on March 31, 2010,  
and 94.2 % on June 30, 2009).                                                   

Over the last 18 months, competition in the office rental market has intensified
in the communities where Technopolis operates in Finland. However, the company's
occupancy rates are above average in nearly all domestic growth centers.        

The Group's net sales for the period under review were EUR 39.2 million (EUR    
38.2 million in 2009), an increase of 2.7 %, including compensation of EUR 0.8  
million for premature lease termination. Rental revenues accounted for 83.8 %   
(85.0 %) and service revenues for 16.2 % (15.0 %) of sales excluding the capital
lease repayment. Like for like rental growth i.e. the rental revenue from       
comparable properties declined 2.8 %, primarily due to a decrease in the        
occupancy rates. Like for like is calculated by comparing the rental revenues   
for January through June 2010 to the same period in 2009. To ensure             
comparability, the rental revenues from properties commissioned or acquired     
during the year are excluded.                                                   

The Group's EBITDA was EUR 20.6 million (EUR 19.7 million), an increase of 4.4  
%. The Group's operating profit was EUR 20.9 million (EUR -9.1 million), an     
increase of 328.8 %. The increase in operating profit mainly resulted from a    
change of only 0.7 million (EUR -28.6 million) in the fair market value of      
investment properties due to stabilized market yields. EBITDA is also improved  
by the compensation of EUR 0.8 million for capital lease repayment. The change  
in the fair market value of investment properties has no impact on the Group's  
net sales, EBITDA or cash flow.                                                 

The Group's net finance expenses totaled EUR 5.0 million (EUR 6.2 million). The 
Group's profit before taxes totaled EUR 15.8 million (EUR -15.4 million). During
the spring of 2010, the Group started to extend the interest rate fixing period 
of its loans by carrying out interest rate swaps with a nominal value of EUR    
45.0 million.                                                                   

The company has presented its direct result as of January 1, 2009, which        
provides a more precise illustration of the company's operational financial     
performance. The Group's direct result was EUR 10.5 million (EUR 10.1 million), 
an increase of 3.7 %. The direct result shows the company's result for the      
financial period, excluding changes in the fair value of investment properties  
and financial instruments during the period, as well as any non-recurring items 
and tax effects relating to these items.                                        

Total assets in were EUR 752.0 million (EUR 685.7 million), an increase of 9.7  
%. The Group's equity ratio at the end of the period was 38.0 % (37.8 %).       

The fair market value of the Group's investment properties at the end of the    
period was EUR 649.4 million (EUR 584.6 million) and the fair market value of   
investment properties under construction was EUR 39.9 million (EUR 37.4         
million). The earnings impact of the change in the fair market value of         
investment properties was EUR 0.7 million (EUR -28.6 million in January through 
June 2009) during the period under review. The change in the fair market value  
includes an increase in the value due to a slight decline in market yields and a
change in the value of properties measured at fair value. The projected         
long-term inflation rate used in the fair value calculation was 2.0 %.          
                                                                                
Net market yields are calculated by taking the average of the upper and lower   
ranges of net market yield, as reported by two independent appraisal agencies   
for each individual region. On June 30, 2010, the average net yield for Group   
properties was 8.01 % (8.0 % on June 30, 2009). The average ten-year occupancy  
rate used in the fair value calculation was 95.4 %. The Group has set a higher  
target for the financial occupancy rate than this. Over the period 2000-2009,   
the Group's average occupancy rate was 97.1 %.                                  

The Group's total rentable space at the end of the period was 460,082 square    
meters (445,621 square meters on June 30, 2009). The Group's average financial  
occupancy rate at the end of the period was 92.8 % (94.2 %). The financial      
occupancy rate depicts rental revenues from the properties as a percentage of   
the aggregate of the rents for occupied premises and the estimated market rent  
for vacant space. The lease stock held by the Group totaled EUR 109.4 million   
(EUR 124.7 million) at the end of the reporting period. The figure does not     
include the lease stock of buildings under construction.                        

Technopolis' international growth acquisitions started when an agreement was    
concluded with a local Estonian technology center operator on March 26, 2010,   
aiming at establishing a joint venture in Estonia.                              

Technopolis Ülemiste will hold a property portfolio of approximately 70,000     
square meters of space located next to Tallinn International Airport.           
Approximately 47,000 square meters of the space consists of modern office       
buildings under five years in age. In addition, building rights totaling        
approximately 150,000 square meters and suitable for office space, will be      
transferred to the ownership of Technopolis Ülemiste.                           

The pro forma enterprise value of the company to be founded, Technopolis        
Ülemiste, is estimated to be EUR 63.5 million with loans totaling EUR 44        
million. The annual projected pro forma net sales of the company is EUR 4.75    
million, while the projected EBITDA is approximately EUR 4 million. The pro     
forma figures have been formulated on the basis of the financial statements from
the end of the previous fiscal year. Technopolis' investment in the joint       
venture totals EUR 9.93 million. The investment includes a EUR 0.5 million      
earn-out payment which will be based on the achievement of commercial targets   
over the next two years.                                                        

Technopolis'  holding in Technopolis Ülemiste will be 51 % and the remaining 49 
% will be owned by the Estonian Smart City Group As through its subsidiary      
Ülemiste City As. Initially, Technopolis Ülemiste will have a share of          
approximately 10 % of the market for office premises in Tallinn. The impact of  
the agreement on the sales and earnings of Technopolis Plc will depend on how   
long it takes to complete the closing of the deal. Once the deal has been       
closed, Technopolis Ülemiste will become a subsidiary of Technopolis Plc and a  
part of the Technopolis Group. The acquisition is expected to be completed in   
the early fall 2010.                                                            

Technopolis has been continuously analyzing potential international investment  
targets in Europe for future growth. The key criteria are the growth potential  
of the innovation environment, sufficient initial scale, achieving rapid        
positive cash flow from operations, potential for post-acquisition growth, as   
well as the suitability of the targeted properties and customer base for the    
Technopolis concept, which combines premises with services.                     


Major Investments and Development Projects                                      

Projects completed by June 30, 2010:                                            
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|                  | Area     | Gross    | EUR     | Occupancy  | Completed    |
|                  |          | sqm      | million | rate June  |              |
|                  |          |          |         | 30, 2010   |              |
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| Yliopistonrinne  | Tampere  |   19,200 |    32.3 |   100.0    | May 2010     |
| Phase 1 (1)      |          |          |         |            |              |
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(1) 130 parking spaces in the building                                          

Projects under construction on June 30, 2010:                                   
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|                  | Area      | Gross  | EUR      | Occupancy   | Due for     |
|                  |           | sqm    | million  | rate June   | completion  |
|                  |           |        |          | 30, 2010    |             |
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| Pulkovo Phase 1  | St.       | 24,100 |     52.3 |    38.7     | July-August |
| (2)              | Petersbur |        |          |             | 2010        |
|                  | g         |        |          |             |             |
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| Finn-Medi campus | Tampere   | 14,900 |     29.6 |    90.9     | November    |
| (3)              |           |        |          |             | 2011        |
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| Viestikatu Phase | Kuopio    | 13,400 |      9.6 |    88.0     | September   |
| 2 (4)            |           |        |          |             | 2010        |
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| Helsinki-Vantaa  | HMA       |  2,830 |      6.0 |    18.5     | April 2011  |
| Phase 5, Part 2  |           |        |          |             |             |
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(2) Including plot. Leases can become binding after commissioning. Completion   
indicates commissioning.                                                        
(3) 43 parking spaces in the building                                           
(4) 236 parking spaces in a garage                                              

Construction of Phase 1 of the Technopolis Pulkovo center in St. Petersburg is  
proceeding according to plan. It is expected that the building will be          
commissioned by the authorities in the summer of 2010. Commissioning is         
significant, since only after the commissioning will it be possible to sign     
final official leases with customers. As of the end of the period under review, 
a total of EUR 48.5 million had been committed to the operations in St.         
Petersburg.                                                                     

Pulkovo's first anchor agreement was signed in June 2010. The five-year         
agreement concerns facilities of 5,000 square meters. As a result of the        
agreement, the occupancy rate of Phase 1 increased to 38.7 %                    

The market situation in St. Petersburg continues to be challenging, but demand  
is at a reasonable level. Negotiations are underway with several potential      
customers for a significant amount of space. At the moment, the list of         
prospects includes almost 95 customers, representing a space demand of          
approximately 100,000 square meters. It is difficult to forecast when new leases
will be signed, since the normal market practice in Russia is to sign leases    
only upon completion of the projects.                                           

Technopolis will build a campus for well-being services and life sciences in the
Finn-Medi area in Tampere. The location will include the Eye Center of the      
Pirkanmaa Hospital District, a Patient Hotel for Norlandia Care Oy and a        
multi-user office facility for. The Eye Center and the Patient Hotel premises   
are leased with long-term agreements covering 84 % of the space.                

Technopolis also has premises under construction in Kuopio and Helsinki-Vantaa. 
Both projects are expansions of existing innovation centers.                    

Technopolis is planning to divest properties that do not suit the innovation    
center operations, or are not part of the core business.                        

As part of a program to improve the efficiency of operations, Technopolis       
launched the development of a new Enterprise Resource Planning system in 2009.  
The new system was introduced at the beginning of April 2010. The system        
provides better support for the management's decision-making and daily          
operations. The external costs of the development project were EUR 1.7 million. 

Financing                                                                       

Technopolis is able to finance all of the investments approved by the Board     
using its current credit facilities. At the end of the reporting period, funds  
available to Technopolis consisted of EUR 196.4 million in untapped credit      
facilities, and cash amounting to EUR 17.6 million. Use of available credit     
limit facilities, excluding commercial paper, requires collateral arrangements. 
Of the long-term unused credit facilities, EUR 60.0 million is credit that has  
been extended by the European Investment Bank to Technopolis for future         
expansion projects in Finland, and EUR 31.6 million has been extended by the    
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to Technopolis for Technopolis 
Pulkovo in Russia.                                                              

Technopolis has a EUR 90 million domestic commercial-paper program for managing 
its short-term liquidity, which allows the company to issue commercial paper    
with maturities of less than one year. The commercial paper market has recovered
and the value of commercial paper issued by Technopolis after the end of the    
reporting period totals EUR 12.7 million. Furthermore, Technopolis has a EUR    
15.0 million revolving credit account with an overdraft facility, which was not 
in use at the end of the reporting period.                                      

Technopolis carried out a directed share issue for a limited number of Finnish  
and international institutional investors after the middle of May. All 5,700,000
shares offered were subscribed for in the issue. The subscription price was EUR 
3.40 per share, and the issue raised capital totaling approximately EUR 19.4    
million.                                                                        

The issue had significant financial reasons because its purpose is to strengthen
the company's capital structure, finance investments according to the company's 
investment plan, and support the company's growth.                              

The Group's net financial expenses totaled EUR 5.0 million (EUR 6.2 million).   
The Group's interest coverage ratio was 5.6 (3.3). The interest coverage ratio  
indicates the relation between EBITDA and accrual-based interest expenses.      

The Group's total assets were EUR 752.0 million (EUR 685.7 million), of which   
liabilities totaled EUR 467.9 million (EUR 428.0 million). The Group's equity   
ratio was 38.0 % (37.8 %) The Group's net gearing was 136.7 % (142.7 %) at the  
end of the period. The Group's equity per share was EUR 4.84 (EUR 4.49).        

At the end of the period, the Group's interest-bearing liabilities amounted to  
EUR 405.8 million (EUR 373.9 million). The average interest rate on             
interest-bearing liabilities was 2.08 % (3.05 %) on June 30, 2010. Of           
interest-bearing liabilities, 75.0 % (70.5 %) were floating rate loans and 25.0 
% (29.5 %) were fixed rate loans at the end of the period. The average          
capital-weighted loan period was 9.6 years (10.1 years). During the spring of   
2010, the Group has extended the interest rate fixing period of its loans by    
carrying out interest rate swaps with a nominal value of EUR 45.0 million.      

The Group's loan to value ratio, i.e., the ratio of interest-bearing liabilities
to the fair value of investment properties and properties under construction,   
was 57.9 % (58.9 %).                                                            

The Group has interest-bearing liabilities worth EUR 405.8 million, of which EUR
102.2 million include equity ratio related covenants. A decline in the equity   
ratio may lead to higher interest rate margins or premature repayment in these  
loans. The margins of some loans and bank guarantees may rise as the equity     
ratio falls, as shown in the table below. Potential changes in the margins take 
effect in accordance with the contractual provisions of each loan.              

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| Loan (L) or  | Margin %  | Equit | Equit | Equity  | Equity  | Other         |
| bank         | on June   | y     | y     | ratio   | ratio   |               |
| guarantee    | 30, 2010  | ratio | ratio | under   | under   |               |
| (BG)         |           | under | under | 33 %    | 30 %    |               |
| pricipal,    |           | 38 %  | 35 %  |         |         |               |
| EUR million  |           |       |       |         |         |               |
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| 10,0(L)      | 0,82      |       |       |         | 0,85    |               |
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| 3,67 (L)     | 0,65      |       |       | 0,70    | 1,00    |               |
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| 37,5 (L)     | 1,50      |       |       | 1,75    | 2,00    | Margin may be |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | changed or    |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | loan          |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | terminated,   |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | if equity     |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | ratio is      |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | under 30%     |
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| 1,0 (L)      | 0,45      |       |       |         |         | Margin may be |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | changed or    |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | loan          |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | terminated,   |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | if equity     |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | ratio is      |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | under 28 %    |
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| 10,0 (BG)    | 0,365     |       |       | 0,40    | 0,60    |               |
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| 20,0 (BG)    | 0,26      | 0,35* |       |         | 0,65    | *)Covenant    |
|              |           | )     |       |         |         | becomes       |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | effective     |
|              |           |       |       |         |         | 12/8/2013     |
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| 10,00 (BG)   | 0,9       | 0,9   | 1,0   | 1,5     |         |               |
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| 10,00 (BG)   | 0,9       | 0,9   | 1,0   | 1,5     |         |               |
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Bank guarantees totaling EUR 86.0 million have been given as security for the   
EUR 84.3 million in loans granted by the European Investment Bank. EUR 31.0     
million of these bank guarantees will expire by the end of 2013 and the plan is 
to extend them. The extension of these bank guarantees may result in increased  
guarantee margins.                                                              

During the 12-month period following the period under review, EUR 48.7 million  
of the existing interest-bearing loans will mature.                             

The financing of Technopolis Pulkovo, Phase 1, is arranged through the parent   
company's investments in shareholders' equity and with an EBRD loan of EUR 31.6 
million.                                                                        

Organization and Personnel                                                      

The CEO of Technopolis is Keith Silverang, MBA. Mr. Silverang has dual U.S. and 
Finnish citizenship. He has completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at Boston       
University and an MBA at the Helsinki School of Economics. Reijo Tauriainen acts
as Deputy CEO of the company.                                                   

The company's management team comprises Keith Silverang, CEO; Reijo Tauriainen, 
Country Manager (Finland) and CFO; Satu Eskelinen, Director of Tampere          
operations and Business Services; Marko Järvinen, Director of Helsinki          
Metropolitan Area operations and Development Services; and Seppo Selmgren, Chief
Sales Officer.                                                                  

The Technopolis line organization consists of three units: Finland, Russia, and 
New Markets. The Group organization also has matrix support functions for the   
Group's real estate development, business services, business development and    
support services. The New Markets unit does not yet generate net sales or       
operating profit, and its expenses are included in the expenses of the Group    
administration.                                                                 

During the reporting period, the Group employed an average of 133 (152) people. 
Facilities operations employed 63 (59) people, Business Services 35 (34) people 
and Development Services 35 (59) people. At the end of the reporting period, the
Group's personnel totaled 146 (156).                                            

Technopolis Plc adheres to the Finnish Corporate Governance Code for listed     
companies, issued by the Securities Market Association on October 20, 2008 and  
effective as of January 1, 2009. The Corporate Governance Statement dated       
January 29, 2010, is publicly available on the company's website at             
https://www.technopolis.fi/for_investors/corporate_governance.                   

Group Structure                                                                 

The Technopolis Group comprises the parent company, Technopolis Plc, which has  
operations in Espoo, Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Lappeenranta, Oulu, Tampere   
and Vantaa, and its subsidiaries, Innopoli Ltd and Kiinteistö Oy Innopoli II,   
both wholly owned and located in Espoo, as well as other subsidiaries.          

Technopolis has two companies in St. Petersburg, Russia: Technopolis Neudorf LLC
and Technopolis St. Petersburg LLC, both wholly owned by Technopolis.           

The parent company has non-controlling interests in the affiliated companies    
Technocenter Kempele Oy (48.5 %), Kiinteistö Oy Bioteknia (28.5 %), Iin         
Micropolis Oy (25.7 %), Jyväskylä Innovation Ltd (24 %), Kuopio Innovation Ltd  
(24 %), and Lappeenranta Innovation Ltd (20 %). Technopolis Plc has a 13 %      
holding in Oulu Innovation Ltd.                                                 

The Group also includes Technopolis Ventures Ltd in Espoo, wholly owned by      
Innopoli Ltd. Technopolis Group has a 35 % holding in Otaniemi Development Ltd. 

Annual General Meeting                                                          

On March 26, 2010, the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) of          
Technopolis Plc adopted the Group and parent company's financial statements for 
fiscal 2009 and released the company management and Board from liability for the
period. The AGM approved a dividend of EUR 0.15 as proposed by the Board. The   
dividends were paid on April 9, 2010.                                           

The AGM decided to amend a section in the Articles of Association that concerns 
the terms of Board members by specifying that the term of a member of the Board 
ends when the next Annual General Meeting following the election has concluded. 
The AGM also decided to amend the section concerning the notice of the AGM so   
that it should be distributed no later than three weeks before the AGM but no   
later than nine days before the record date of the AGM. Furthermore, the notice 
of the AGM may be alternatively delivered by publishing it on the company's     
website.                                                                        

Other decisions by the AGM are covered in the company's previous Interim Report,
published on April 29, 2010, and a release published on March 26, 2010,         
concerning the decisions of the AGM.                                            

Board Authorizations                                                            

The agenda of the AGM of 2010 did not contain any share related authorizations  
to the Board.                                                                   

The AGM of 2009 authorized the Board to decide on the acquisition of its own    
shares and on a share issue, as well as on granting options and other special   
rights that give an entitlement to shares, as referred to in Chapter 10, Section
1, of the Companies Act. Furthermore, the AGM decided to adopt a performance    
share incentive plan for key personnel in the Technopolis Group.                

The maximum number of shares to be acquired is 5,700,000, equal to approximately
9.94 % of the company's shares. This authorization supersedes the authorization 
on purchasing company shares granted by the Annual General Meeting of March 27, 
2008. The authorization expires on September 26, 2010.                          

The AGM of 2009 also authorized the Board of Directors to decide on a share     
issue and on granting options and other special rights entitling to shares as   
referred to in Chapter 10, Section 1 of the Limited Liability Companies Act as  
follows: Pursuant to this authorization, the maximum number of shares to be     
issued will be 11,400,000, equaling approximately 19.88 % of the company's      
shares. The issuance of shares and of special rights entitling to shares may be 
carried out in deviation from the shareholders' pre-emptive rights (directed    
issue). The authorization supersedes the authorizations granted by the General  
Meeting of November 29, 2007 and the Annual General Meeting of March 27, 2008   
regarding a share issue and granting of special rights entitling to shares. The 
authorization expires on March 26, 2012, and as of the situation on June 30,    
2010, the maximum number of shares yet to be issued pursuant to the             
authorization is 5,700,000, equaling approximately 9.0 % of the company's       
shares. For issuing a number of shares exceeding the above, the company would   
require a new authorization from the AGM.                                       

The AGM of 2009 decided to adopt a performance share incentive plan for key     
personnel in the Technopolis Group. The total reward payable in the system      
corresponds to a maximum value of approximately 800,000 Technopolis Plc's shares
(including the portion payable in cash). The nominal dilution effect of these   
shares is 1.3 %.                                                                

Stock-related Events                                                            

On May 6, 2010, the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority approved Technopolis
Plc's registration document, which complies with the Finnish Securities Market  
Act and contains information on the company, its business operations and its    
financial condition. The registration document is valid for 12 months following 
its publication.                                                                

Technopolis carried out a directed share issue for a limited number of Finnish  
and international institutional investors after the middle of May. The share    
issue was implemented by virtue of a Board authorization of the Annual General  
Meeting of 26 March 2009. All 5,700,000 shares offered were subscribed for in   
the share issue, which accounts for approximately 9.9 per cent of all the       
Company's shares and voting rights immediately prior to the share issue. The    
subscription price was EUR 3.40 per share, and the issue gathered capital with a
gross amount of approximately EUR 19.4 million. Trading in the shares together  
with the other shares in the Company has taken place on the Official List of    
NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd as of May 24, 2010.                                     

The issue had significant financial reasons, because its purpose is to          
strengthen the company's capital structure, finance investments according to the
company's investment plan, and support the company's growth.                    

On June 2, 2010, Technopolis issued 339,703 new shares pursuant to the          
subscriptions made by 2005A option rights. The subscription price when          
subscribed for pursuant to option right was EUR 3.266 per share. Trading in the 
shares together with the other shares in the Company has taken place on the     
Official List of NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd as of June 3, 2010.                    

The new shares issued pursuant to the share issue and the subscriptions made by 
2005A option rights have been registered in the trade register and the company  
shareholders' register. They entitle the holder to a dividend for fiscal 2010   
and to other shareholder rights.                                                

The number of the company's shares after subscription is 63,385,044 shares.     
Share capital remained unchanged, totaling EUR 96,913,626.29, because the       
subscription price of the new shares has been registered in the company's       
unrestricted equity reserve. The shares are in a single series, and each share  
entitles the holder to one vote at the Annual General Meeting.                  

Technopolis 2007A Stock Options were listed on the trading list of the OMX      
Nordic Exchange on May 3, 2010. The share subscription price with the 2007A     
stock options is EUR 7.119 per share. The share subscription period begins on   
May 1, 2010 and will end on April 30, 2012. The total number of 2007A stock     
options is 500,000. The maximum number of new shares to be subscribed for by the
options is 521,500, with a nominal dilution effect of 0.8 %. The details of the 
2007A stock options are provided in a stock exchange release published on April 
30, 2010.                                                                       

Disclosures of Changes in Holdings                                              

On June 6, 2010, BNP Paribas Investment Partners announced that the proportion  
of Technopolis Plc's share capital and votes held by the mutual funds managed by
BNP Paribas Investment Partners exceeded one-tenth (10 %) as a result of a share
transaction carried out on June 1, 2010. The proportion of Technopolis Plc's    
share capital and votes indirectly controlled by BNP Paribas Investment Partners
was 6,597,296 and 10.41 % respectively.                                         

On May 26, 2010, OP-Pohjola Group Central Cooperative announced that the        
proportion of Technopolis Plc's share capital and votes held by OP-Pohjola Group
and its related parties as well as OP-Pohjola Group affiliates and the mutual   
funds managed by them, had exceeded one-twentieth (5 %) as a result of a share  
transaction carried out on May 19, 2010. The proportion of Technopolis Plc's    
share capital and votes indirectly controlled by OP-Pohjola Group was 3,912,443 
shares and 6.206 % respectively.                                                

On May 20, 2010, Henderson Global Investors Limited notified that its indirect  
holding in Technopolis shares and votes had gone below one twentieth (5%) as a  
result of a transaction completed on September 25, 2010. The indirect holding of
Henderson Global Investors Limited in Technopolis share capital and votes was   
2,800,049 and 4.88 % respectively.                                              

On May 20, 2010, the City of Oulu notified that its direct holding in           
Technopolis' share capital and votes would go below one twentieth (5 %) as a    
result of the share issue. As of May 21, 2010, the direct holding of the City of
Oulu in Technopolis' share capital and votes was 3,062,925 and 4.86 %           
respectively.                                                                   

Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company announced on February 17, 2010, that its 
direct holding in Technopolis' share capital and its number of votes has        
exceeded one tenth (10 %) as a result of a purchase of shares that was completed
on February 16, 2010. Following this transaction, the direct holding of Varma in
Technopolis' share capital and its number of votes was 6,856,980 shares and     
11.96 %.                                                                        

Evaluation of Operational Risks and Uncertainties                               

Technopolis' most significant risks are primarily those associated with         
financing and customers, as well as operational and business risks in Russia.   

The objective of interest rate risk management is to mitigate the negative      
impact of market rate fluctuations on the Group's earnings, financial position  
and cash flow. If necessary, the company uses forwards, interest rate swaps and 
interest rate options to hedge interest rate risks. The company's policy        
concerning interest rate risks also aims to diversify the interest rate risk of 
loan contracts over different loan periods based on the prevailing market       
situation and the interest rate forecast created by the company.                

Indicative of the structure of Technopolis' loan portfolio at the end of the    
period is the equation that a one percentage point change in the money market   
rates would change interest rate costs by EUR 2.3 million per annum.            

Because of the interest rate risk associated with loans, a policy of            
diversifying interest bases is pursued. On June 30, 2010, 15.6 % of             
interest-bearing liabilities were pegged to the under 3-month Euribor rate and  
59.3 % were pegged to the 3-12 month Euribor rate. Of the interest-bearing      
liabilities, 25.0 % were fixed-rate loans with maturities of 13 to 60 months.   

The objective of refinancing risk management is to ensure that the Group's loan 
portfolio is sufficiently diversified with regard to repayment schedules and    
financing instruments. The average capital-weighted outstanding loan period was 
9.6 years. In order to manage financing risk, Technopolis draws upon the        
resources of a wide range of financers and a variety of financing instruments,  
and maintains a sufficient degree of solvency.                                  

Extended uncertainty in the financial markets may adversely affect the          
availability of growth financing and refinancing and their margins in the       
future.                                                                         

The differences between Russian and Finnish legislation and administrative      
procedures may create risks. If the Pulkovo premises cannot be leased as        
planned, the Pulkovo technology center will pose a financial risk for the Group.
Once completed, the Pulkovo technology center will account for approximately 6 %
of the fair value of the Group's entire investment property portfolio. The      
acquisition in Estonia is not yet included in the fair market value of          
investment properties, because the deal has not been completed.                 

Fluctuations in the exchange rates between the Russian ruble and the euro may   
have an effect on the company's financial standing and operations.              
Ruble-denominated transactions are recorded at the exchange rate of the         
transaction date. Any translation differences are entered in the income         
statement under other operating expenses or finance income and expenses         
depending on the nature of the transaction.                                     

The general weakening of the economic environment, if prolonged, may have an    
adverse effect on the company's clients and hence on the Group's business       
operations.                                                                     

Customer risk management aims to minimize the negative impact of potential      
changes in the customers' financial position on the company's business and      
financial performance. Customer risk management focuses on having a profound    
understanding of the customer's business and active monitoring of customer      
information. Customer risks are diversified by acquiring customers from all     
technology sectors, knowledge-intensive operations, and the public sector. As   
part of client risk management, Technopolis leases include rental security      
arrangements. All properties are covered by full value insurance.               

Geographically, the Group's property portfolio is diversified between the Oulu  
region, the Helsinki Metropolitan Area, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Lappeenranta,        
Tampere, and St. Petersburg in Russia. No single customer accounts for more than
8.5 % of the Group's net sales. The Group has a total of approximately 1,190    
customers across a wide range of sectors.                                       

The company's leases fall into two categories: fixed-term and open-ended. The   
company aims to apply both lease types depending on the market situation, the   
property in question and the sector in which the internal customer operates.    

At the end of the period under review, open-ended leases in the lease portfolio 
that could be terminated and renegotiated within the next 12 months covered     
approximately 187,593 (191,162 on June 30, 2009) square meters of allocated     
space, equaling 44.3 % (47.1 % on June 30, 2009) of the weighted area in the    
entire property portfolio. The term of notice for these agreements is broken    
down as shown in the table below.                                               

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|                |        June 30, 2010        |         June 30, 2009         |
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| Notice period  | Allocated  |   % of lease   |  Allocated  |   % of lease    |
| months         |    sq m    |     stock      |    sq m     |      stock      |
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| 0-3            |      9,731 |            2.3 |      16,212 |             4.0 |
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| 3-6            |     45,128 |           10.7 |      46,921 |            11.6 |
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| 6-9            |     93,964 |           22.2 |      90,840 |            22.4 |
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| 9-12           |     38,769 |            9.2 |      37,189 |             9.2 |
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| Total          |    187,593 |           44.3 |     191,162 |            47.1 |
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The average lease term was 19 (23) months at the end of the period. The figure  
does not include the lease stock of properties under construction.              

Declining financial occupancy rates may decrease rental and service revenue and 
earnings, and reduce the fair value of investment properties and, thus, the     
equity ratio. The current lease structure allows customers to flexibly adjust   
the space they need as their business needs change. Although the flexibility of 
the lease structure may pose a risk to the Group, it is an essential element of 
Technopolis' service concept. The company has solid and long-term experience in 
this business model over a wide variety of economic cycles.                     

In new construction projects, Technopolis focuses on quality and the management 
of the property's entire lifecycle. In the design phase, consideration is given 
to the property's maintenance and repair requirements in order to implement     
environmentally sustainable solutions for energy consumption, adaptability of   
premises and recycling potential. When purchasing properties, Technopolis       
carries out standard property and environmental audits before committing to the 
transaction.                                                                    

Changes in the market yields may have a significant impact on the company's     
financial performance through the fair value of investment properties. As the   
yields increase, the fair value of properties decrease. Conversely, as the      
yields decrease, the fair value of properties increases. Such changes either    
decrease or increase the Group's operating profit. Changes in the market yields 
do not have any direct impact on the company's net sales, EBITDA, or cash flow, 
but a negative change in the value of investment properties may decrease the    
company's equity ratio and, as a result of this, covenants of the leases may be 
triggered. In that case, the change in value has an impact on the cash flow and 
result for the period.                                                          

Future Outlook                                                                  

The view of Technopolis' management is that the recession hit bottom in the last
quarter of 2009 and that a recovery has begun. Despite this recovery, there are 
still uncertainties which could have an impact on the development of the        
company's net sales and EBITDA in 2010.                                         

The Group's Management estimates that the growth of net sales as well as EBITDA 
will be 0 - 2 %. The management estimates that the financial occupancy rates at 
the end of the year will be at least on the same level as in June 2010. The     
earnings forecast does not include the impact of the acquisition in Estonia     
because the closing schedule of the acquisition is still open.                  

In accordance with its strategy, Technopolis aims to operate in the best        
knowledge-intensive cities in Finland, Russia and two or three other countries  
by 2015. The Group aims to increase net sales by an annual average of 10 %. The 
goal is that 25 % of the net sales will be generated outside of Finland by 2015.
The aim is to generate this growth through both organic growth and acquisitions.
The Group's minimum equity ratio target is 35 %.                                

The Group's financial performance depends on the development of the overall     
business environment, customer operations, as well as the market yields from the
financial and real estate markets. Developments in these areas and resulting    
changes in the occupancy rate, use of services, financing costs, the fair value 
of properties and the rent levels of premises can have an impact on the Group's 
sales and earnings.                                                             


July 16, 2010                                                                   

TECHNOPOLIS PLC                                                                 
Board of Directors                                                              


Keith Silverang                                                                 
President and CEO                                                               

For further information, please contact:                                        
Keith Silverang, tel. +358 40 566 7785                                          


For further information, please contact:                                        
Keith Silverang, tel. +358 40 566 7785                                          

A pdf-presentation of the interim report is available at the company's website  
at www.technopolis.fi/for_investors/presentations.                              

Technopolis provides an online bulletin service that you can join by visiting   
the company's website at                                                        
https://www.technopolis.fi/for_investors/releases_service. Individuals who sign  
up with the service will receive the company's bulletins electronically.        

The accounting policies applied in the interim report and the formulas for      
calculating key indicators are the same as in the 2009 annual report. The       
interim report has been prepared in accordance with the IFRS recognition and    
valuation principles; the IAS 34 requirements have also been complied with.     

The Technopolis Group has two operating segments based on geographical units:   
Finland and Russia. The segment division presented in this interim report is    
based on the Group's existing internal reporting procedures and the organization
of the Group's operations.                                                      

The figures are unaudited.                                                      

Technopolis Group:                                                              

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| STATEMENT OF             |     4-6/ |     4-6/ |    1-6/ |    1-6/ |   1-12/ |
| COMPREHENSIVE INCOME     |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Currency unit: EUR       |     2010 |     2009 |    2010 |    2009 |    2009 |
| million                  |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Net sales                |    19.83 |    18.76 |   39.20 |   38.16 |   76.40 |
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| Other operating income   |     0.27 |     0.58 |    0.59 |    1.06 |    2.43 |
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| Other operating expenses |    -9.49 |    -9.56 |  -19.18 |  -19.48 |  -38.86 |
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| Change in fair value of  |     0.23 |   -14.55 |    0.69 |  -28.59 |  -37.13 |
| investment properties    |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Depreciation             |    -0.27 |    -0.13 |   -0.43 |   -0.26 |   -0.52 |
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| Operating profit/loss    |    10.57 |    -4.90 |   20.87 |   -9.12 |    2.31 |
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| Finance income and       |    -2.47 |    -2.55 |   -5.02 |   -6.24 |  -11.76 |
| expenses                 |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Result before taxes      |     8.10 |    -7.45 |   15.85 |  -15.36 |   -9.45 |
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| Income taxes             |    -3.23 |     1.83 |   -5.66 |    3.98 |    1.95 |
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| Net result for the       |     4.87 |    -5.62 |   10.18 |  -11.38 |   -7.50 |
| period                   |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Other comprehensive      |          |          |         |         |         |
| income items             |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Available-for-sale       |    -0.01 |     0.03 |    0.01 |    0.03 |    0.08 |
| financial assets         |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Taxes related to other   |     0.00 |    -0.01 |    0.00 |   -0.01 |   -0.02 |
| comprehensive income     |          |          |         |         |         |
| items                    |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Other comprehensive      |     0.00 |     0.02 |    0.01 |    0.02 |    0.06 |
| income items after taxes |          |          |         |         |         |
| for the period           |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Comprehensive income for |     4.86 |    -5.60 |   10.19 |  -11.36 |   -7.44 |
| the period, total        |          |          |         |         |         |
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| Distribution of profit   |          |          |         |         |         |
| for the period:          |          |          |         |         |         |
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| To parent company        |     4.87 |    -5.62 |   10.18 |  -11.35 |   -7.44 |
| shareholders             |          |          |         |         |         |
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| To non-controlling       |     0.00 |    -0.01 |    0.00 |   -0.03 |   -0.05 |
| shareholders             |          |          |         |         |         |
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|                          |     4.87 |    -5.62 |   10.18 |  -11.38 |   -7.50 |
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| Distribution of          |          |          |         |         |         |
| comprehensive income for |          |          |         |         |         |
| the period:              |          |          |         |         |         |
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| To parent company        |     4.86 |    -5.59 |   10.19 |  -11.33 |   -7.38 |
| shareholders             |          |          |         |         |         |
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| To non-controlling       |     0.00 |    -0.01 |    0.00 |   -0.03 |   -0.05 |
| shareholders             |          |          |         |         |         |
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|                          |     4.86 |    -5.60 |   10.19 |  -11.36 |   -7.44 |
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| Earning per share based on result of flowing to parent company shareholders: |
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| Earnings/share, basic (EUR)  |    0.08 | -0.10 |    0.17 |   -0.20 |   -0.13 |
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| Earnings/share, adjusted for |    0.08 | -0.10 |    0.17 |   -0.20 |   -0.13 |
| dilutive effect (EUR)        |         |       |         |         |         |
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| STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION, ASSETS                                      |
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| Currency unit: EUR million       |    6/30/2010 |   6/30/2009 |   12/31/2009 |
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| Non-current assets               |              |             |              |
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| Intangible assets                |         4.02 |        1.94 |         2.81 |
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| Tangible assets                  |        53.71 |       52.58 |        62.79 |
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| Investment property              |       649.40 |      584.62 |       596.73 |
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| Investments                      |        11.71 |       26.14 |        25.61 |
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| Deferred tax assets              |         2.78 |        2.21 |         2.81 |
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| Non-current assets               |       721.62 |      667.49 |       690.75 |
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| Current assets                   |        30.39 |       18.25 |        15.34 |
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| Assets, total                    |       752.00 |      685.74 |       706.09 |
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| Currency unit: EUR million       |    30.6.2010 |   30.6.2009 |   31.12.2009 |
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| Shareholders' equity             |              |             |              |
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| Share capital                    |        96.91 |       96.91 |        96.91 |
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| Premium fund                     |        18.55 |       18.55 |        18.55 |
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| Other funds                      |        84.26 |       63.91 |        63.94 |
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| Other shareholders' equity       |         0.31 |        0.27 |         0.65 |
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| Retained earnings                |        73.81 |       89.21 |        89.21 |
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| Net result for the period        |        10.18 |      -11.35 |        -7.44 |
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| Parent company's shareholders'   |       284.04 |      257.50 |       261.83 |
| interests                        |              |             |              |
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| Non-controlling interests        |         0.01 |        0.23 |         0.01 |
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| Shareholders' equity, total      |       284.05 |      257.73 |       261.84 |
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| Liabilities                      |              |             |              |
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| Non-current liabilities          |              |             |              |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities     |       357.08 |      354.38 |       360.67 |
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| Non-interest-bearing liabilities |         1.20 |        1.32 |         1.25 |
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| Deferred tax liabilities         |        37.66 |       32.09 |        32.62 |
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| Non-current liabilities, total   |       395.94 |      387.79 |       394.55 |
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| Current liabilities              |              |             |              |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities     |        48.72 |       19.48 |        28.03 |
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| Non-interest-bearing liabilities |        23.29 |       20.75 |        21.67 |
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| Current liabilities, total       |        72.01 |       40.22 |        49.70 |
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| Liabilities, total               |       467.95 |      428.01 |       444.25 |
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| Shareholders' equity and         |       752.00 |      685.74 |       706.09 |
| liabilities, total               |              |             |              |
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| STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS                    |     1-6/ |      1-6/ |    1-12/ |
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| Currency unit: EUR million                 |     2010 |      2009 |     2009 |
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| Cash flows from operating activities       |          |           |          |
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| Net result for the period                  |    10.18 |    -11.38 |    -7.50 |
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| Adjustments:                               |          |           |          |
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| Change in fair value of investment         |    -0.69 |     28.59 |    37.13 |
| properties                                 |          |           |          |
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|  Depreciation                              |     0.43 |      0.26 |     0.52 |
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|  Share in affiliate profits                |     0.01 |      0.00 |    -0.01 |
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| Other adjustments for non-cash             |     0.37 |      0.27 |     0.67 |
| transactions                               |          |           |          |
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|  Financial income and expenses             |     5.01 |      6.24 |    11.77 |
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|  Taxes                                     |     5.66 |     -3.98 |    -1.95 |
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|  Increase / decrease in working capital    |    -1.51 |      3.17 |     1.85 |
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|  Interests received                        |     0.21 |      1.00 |     0.57 |
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|  Dividends received                        |     0.01 |      0.01 |     0.01 |
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|  Interests paid and fees                   |    -3.55 |     -7.25 |   -10.54 |
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| Other financial items in operating         |    -1.21 |     -0.54 |    -1.74 |
| activities                                 |          |           |          |
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| Taxes paid                                 |    -3.33 |     -1.12 |    -1.79 |
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| Net cash provided by operating activities  |    11.60 |     15.25 |    28.99 |
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| Cash flows from investing activities       |          |           |          |
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| Investments in other securities            |    -0.41 |     -0.01 |    -0.02 |
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| Investments in investment properties       |   -23.85 |    -33.41 |   -62.96 |
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| Investments in tangible and intangible     |    -2.22 |     -0.10 |    -1.05 |
| assets                                     |          |           |          |
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| Granted loans                              |    -0.04 |           |          |
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| Repayments of loan receivables             |     3.07 |      0.40 |     1.06 |
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| Gains from disposals of other investments  |     0.01 |      0.00 |     0.01 |
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| Acquisition of subsidiaries                |    -2.38 |           |    -0.21 |
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| Net cash used in investing activities      |   -25.82 |    -33.12 |   -63.17 |
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| Cash flows from financing activities       |          |           |          |
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| Increase in long-term loans                |    17.50 |     35.16 |    58.41 |
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| Decrease in long-term loans                |   -14.44 |    -10.61 |   -15.98 |
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| Dividends paid                             |    -8.60 |     -6.88 |    -6.88 |
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| Paid share issue                           |    20.20 |           |          |
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| Change in short-term loans                 |    12.68 |     -0.97 |    -4.00 |
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| Net cash provided by financing activities  |    27.34 |     16.70 |    31.55 |
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| Net increase/decrease in cash assets       |    13.12 |     -1.16 |    -2.63 |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at period-start  |     4.52 |      7.15 |     7.15 |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at period-end    |    17.64 |      5.98 |     4.52 |
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| STATEMENT OF CHANGES   |         |        |          |            |          |
| IN EQUITY              |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Currency     |   Share | Premium |  Other | Retained | Non-contro | Sharehol |
| unit: EUR    | capital |    fund |  funds | earnings | lling      | ders'    |
| million      |         |         |        |          | shareholde | equity   |
|              |         |         |        |          | rs         |          |
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| EQUITY Dec   |   96.91 |   18.55 |  63.82 |    96.16 |       0.26 |   275.70 |
| 31, 2008     |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Share        |         |         |        |          |            |          |
| capital      |         |         |        |          |            |          |
| increase     |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Directed     |         |         |        |          |            |          |
| share issue  |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Dividend     |         |         |        |    -6.88 |            |    -6.88 |
| distribution |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Comprehensiv |         |         |   0.02 |   -11.35 |      -0.03 |   -11.36 |
| e income for |         |         |        |          |            |          |
| the period   |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Other        |         |         |   0.06 |     0.20 |            |     0.27 |
| changes      |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| EQUITY June, |   96.91 |   18.55 |  63.91 |    78.13 |       0.23 |   257.73 |
| 30, 2009     |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| EQUITY Dec   |   96.91 |   18.55 |  63.94 |    82.42 |       0.01 |   261.84 |
| 31, 2009     |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| New shares   |         |         |  20.24 |          |            |    20.24 |
| to issue in  |         |         |        |          |            |          |
| deviation    |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Dividend     |         |         |        |    -8.60 |            |    -8.60 |
| distribution |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Comprehensiv |         |         |   0.01 |    10.18 |       0.00 |    10.19 |
| e income for |         |         |        |          |            |          |
| the period   |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| Other        |         |         |   0.06 |     0.31 |            |     0.37 |
| changes      |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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| EQUITY June  |   96.91 |   18.55 |  84.26 |    84.31 |       0.01 |   284.05 |
| 30, 2010     |         |         |        |          |            |          |
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Financial Information by Segment                                                

The Group's net sales or EBITDA do not include inter-segment items. Items after 
the EBITDA, such as depreciation, financing items and taxes, are not presented  
in the segment information because they are not allocated to segments.          

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| SEGMENT INFORMATION       |     4-6/ |    4-6/ |    1-6/ |    1-6/ |   1-12/ |
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| Currency unit: EUR        |     2010 |    2009 |    2010 |    2009 |    2009 |
| million                   |          |         |         |         |         |
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| Net sales                 |          |         |         |         |         |
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|   Finland                 |    19.83 |   18.71 |   38.88 |   38.05 |   76.13 |
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|   Russia                  |     0.01 |    0.08 |    0.34 |    0.15 |    0.34 |
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| Unallocated and           |    -0.02 |   -0.04 |   -0.02 |   -0.04 |   -0.06 |
| eliminations              |          |         |         |         |         |
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| Total                     |    19.83 |   18.76 |   39.20 |   38.16 |   76.40 |
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| EBITDA                    |          |         |         |         |         |
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|   Finland                 |    10.45 |   11.07 |   20.72 |   22.01 |   43.81 |
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|   Russia                  |    -0.44 |   -0.13 |   -0.47 |   -0.29 |   -0.43 |
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| Unallocated and           |     0.59 |   -1.16 |    0.36 |   -2.00 |   -3.41 |
| eliminations              |          |         |         |         |         |
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| Total                     |    10.60 |    9.78 |   20.61 |   19.73 |   39.97 |
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| Assets                    |          |         |         |         |         |
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|   Finland                 |          |         |  740.45 |  678.94 |  691.46 |
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|   Russia                  |          |         |   48.47 |   27.03 |   38.41 |
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|   Eliminations            |          |         |  -36.92 |  -20.23 |  -23.78 |
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| Total                     |          |         |  752.00 |  685.74 |  706.09 |
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Direct and Indirect Result                                                      

Technopolis presents its official financial statements by applying the IFRS     
standards. The statement of comprehensive income includes a number of items     
unrelated to the company's actual business operations. Therefore, the company   
presents its direct result, which better reflects its real result.              

The direct result presents the company's financial result for the period        
excluding the change in the fair value of investment properties, the change in  
the fair value of financial instruments and any non-recurring items, such as    
gains and losses on disposals. As the company has interest rate and currency    
swaps that do not satisfy the IFRS criteria for hedge accounting, the changes in
the fair value of these financial instruments are recognized in the statement of
comprehensive income. Additionally, the statement of comprehensive income       
showing the direct result presents the related taxes and deferred tax assets and
liabilities.                                                                    

Items excluded from the direct result and their tax effects are presented in the
statement of income showing the indirect result. Earnings per share have been   
calculated both from the direct and indirect results in accordance with the     
instructions issued by the European Public Real Estate Association EPRA. The    
direct and indirect result and the earnings per share calculated from them are  
consistent with the company's financial result and earnings per share for the   
period.                                                                         

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| Technopolis Group        |        |         |          |          |          |
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| DIRECT RESULT            |   4-6/ |    4-6/ |     1-6/ |     1-6/ |    1-12/ |
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| Currency unit: EUR       |   2010 |    2010 |     2010 |     2009 |     2009 |
| million                  |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Net sales                |  18.99 |   18.76 |    38.36 |    38.16 |    76.40 |
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| Other operating income   |   0.25 |    0.58 |     0.51 |     1.04 |     2.24 |
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| Other operating expenses |  -9.49 |   -9.56 |   -19.18 |   -19.48 |   -38.86 |
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| Depreciation             |  -0.27 |   -0.13 |    -0.43 |    -0.26 |    -0.52 |
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| Operating profit/loss    |   9.48 |    9.64 |    19.26 |    19.45 |    39.26 |
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| Finance income and       |  -1.88 |   -2.43 |    -3.83 |    -5.92 |    -9.75 |
| expenses, total          |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Result before taxes      |   7.60 |    7.21 |    15.43 |    13.53 |    29.51 |
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| Taxes for direct result  |  -2.51 |   -1.96 |    -4.96 |    -3.47 |    -7.91 |
| items                    |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Non-controlling          |        |    0.01 |          |     0.03 |     0.05 |
| interests                |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Direct result for the    |   5.10 |    5.26 |    10.46 |    10.09 |    21.66 |
| period                   |        |         |          |          |          |
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| INDIRECT RESULT          |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Non-recurring items      |   0.85 |    0.01 |     0.92 |     0.02 |     0.18 |
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| Change in fair value of  |   0.23 |  -14.55 |     0.69 |   -28.59 |   -37.13 |
| investment properties    |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Operating profit/loss    |   1.08 |  -14.54 |     1.61 |   -28.57 |   -36.95 |
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| Change in fair value of  |  -0.59 |   -0.12 |    -1.19 |    -0.32 |    -2.01 |
| financial instruments    |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Result before taxes      |   0.49 |  -14.66 |    -0.42 |   -28.89 |   -38.96 |
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| Taxes for indirect       |  -0.72 |    3.79 |    -0.70 |     7.44 |     9.86 |
| result items             |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Indirect result for the  |  -0.23 |  -10.88 |    -0.28 |   -21.45 |   -29.10 |
| period                   |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Result for the period to |   4.87 |   -5.62 |    10.18 |   -11.35 |    -7.44 |
| the parent company       |        |         |          |          |          |
| shareholders, total      |        |         |          |          |          |
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| Earnings per share,      |        |         |          |          |          |
| diluted *)               |        |         |          |          |          |
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| From direct result       |   0.09 |    0.09 |     0.18 |     0.18 |     0.38 |
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| From indirect result     |  -0.00 |   -0.19 |    -0.00 |    -0.37 |    -0.51 |
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| From net result for the  |   0.08 |   -0.10 |     0.17 |    -0.20 |    -0.13 |
| period                   |        |         |          |          |          |
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| *) Earnings per share    |        |         |          |          |          |
| calculated according to  |        |         |          |          |          |
| EPRA's instructions.     |        |         |          |          |          |
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| KEY INDICATORS                   |        1-6/ |         1-6/ |        1-12/ |
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|                                  |        2010 |         2009 |         2009 |
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| Change in net sales, %           |         2.7 |          9.4 |          5.3 |
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| Operating profit/loss / net      |        53.2 |        -23.9 |          3.0 |
| sales, %                         |             |              |              |
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| Interest coverage ratio          |         5.6 |          3.3 |          3.8 |
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| Equity ratio, %                  |        38.0 |         37.8 |         37.3 |
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| Loan to value, %                 |        57.9 |         58.9 |         59.1 |
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| Group company personnel during   |         133 |          152 |          152 |
| the period, average              |             |              |              |
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| Gross expenditure on assets,     |      44 269 |       34 035 |       66 029 |
| EUR 1,000                        |             |              |              |
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| Net rental revenue of investment |         7.5 |          7.8 |          7.6 |
| properties, % 2)                 |             |              |              |
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| Financial occupancy rate, %      |        92.8 |         94.2 |         94.4 |
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| Earnings/share                   |             |              |              |
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| basic, EUR                       |        0.17 |        -0.20 |        -0.13 |
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| diluted, EUR                     |        0.17 |        -0.20 |        -0.13 |
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| Equity/share, EUR                |        4.84 |         4.49 |         4.57 |
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| Average issue-adjusted number of |             |              |              |
| shares                           |             |              |              |
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| basic                            |  58 690 929 |   57 345 341 |   57 345 341 |
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| diluted                          |  58 814 950 |   57 345 341 |   57 345 341 |
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| CONTINGENT LIABILITIES         |               |              |              |
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| Currency unit: EUR million     |     6/30/2010 |    6/30/2009 |   12/31/2009 |
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| Pledges and guarantees on own  |               |              |              |
| debt                           |               |              |              |
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| Mortgages of properties        |        353.90 |       389.82 |       353.90 |
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| Book value of pledged          |        157.06 |       158.31 |       162.10 |
| securities                     |               |              |              |
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| Other guarantee liabilities    |         12.90 |        46.95 |        12.70 |
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| Collateral given on behalf of  |          0.50 |          0.5 |         0.50 |
| associates                     |               |              |              |
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| Leasing liabilities, machinery |          3.10 |          1.4 |         2.21 |
| and equipment                  |               |              |              |
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| Project liabilities            |          0.15 |         0.15 |         0.15 |
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| Interest rate and currency     |               |              |              |
| swaps                          |               |              |              |
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| Nominal values                 |         95.20 |       155.99 |       107.70 |
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| Fair values                    |         -1.91 |        -0.36 |        -0.99 |
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1) Other operating income consists of operating subsidies received for          
development services; an equal amount is recorded under operating expenses for  
development services.                                                           

2) The figure does not include properties commissioned and acquired during the  
fiscal year.                                                                    

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