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TECHNOPOLIS GROUP INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 – JUNE 30, 2009

Technopolis - Interim report 
TECHNOPOLIS PLC    INTERIM REPORT       JULY 17, 2009 at 11.55 a.m.             


TECHNOPOLIS GROUP INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - JUNE 30, 2009                      

Highlights for the period 1 - 6/2009 compared with 2008                         
- Net sales reached EUR 38.2 million (EUR 34.9 million), an increase of 9.4 %   
- EBITDA rose 10.1 % to EUR 19.7 million (EUR 17.9 million)                     
- The direct result rose 38.6 % to EUR 10.1 million (EUR 7.3 million)           
- The operating loss was EUR 9.1 million (operating profit EUR 15.5 million),   
mainly due to a fall of EUR 28.6 million (EUR -1.7 million) in the fair value of
investment properties and properties under construction                         
- The loss before taxes was EUR 15.4 million (profit before taxes EUR 8.7       
million) including EUR -28.6 million (EUR -1.7 million) from the fair value of  
investment properties and properties under construction                         
- Diluted earnings per share EUR -0.20 (EUR 0.14)                               
- The Group's financial occupancy rate was 94.2 % (96.6 %)                      
- The Group's equity ratio was 37.8 % (40.8 %)                                  

Keith Silverang, President and CEO:                                             

Despite the continued downward trend in the global economy, Technopolis'        
operations performed reasonably during the reporting period. The crisis in the  
real economy has begun to show in the operations of our clients, as a result of 
which lease terminations have increased, some clients have requested            
negotiations in order to reduce space, and price competition has intensified.   
While the financial occupancy rate has fallen, it remained on a  reasonable     
level, and the Group's net sales and EBITDA improved on 2008.                   

The above-mentioned developments have had an unfavorable impact on the company's
net sales during the reporting period. However, cost-cutting measures launched  
in 2008 have helped the company protect its profitability, which is reflected in
the improvement of its direct result and EBITDA.                                

The occupancy rates of the premises under construction in Finland are high, and 
the first binding pre-lease has been signed in St. Petersburg for the           
Technopolis Pulkovo technology center.                                          

Market yield requirements have increased, which has led to a reduction in the   
fair value of investment properties and properties under construction.          

So far Technopolis has fared reasonably well in the face of the financial       
crisis. With its current credit facilities of EUR 208.8 million, the Group can  
meet the funding needs of its normal business operations and approved           
investments. Despite the increase in loan spreads, the Group's interest         
expenditure has fallen below the expected level because of the general decline  
in interest rates.                                                              


Business Conditions in Finland and St. Petersburg                               

The economic crisis already has made itself felt through the increased          
difficulty in acquiring debt financing for property deals and in higher loan    
spreads. The problems of the real economy will, however, have a delayed impact  
on the property market. But it is to be expected that the downward trend in the 
financial situation of tenant companies will cause an increase in vacancy rates,
and rents may come down slightly in 2009 (Source: Catella March 31, 2009).      

As the problems of the real economy begin to show up in corporate financials,   
the rental market, which performed relatively well in 2008, can expect changes  
(Catella March 31, 2009). During the second quarter, tenants have, in certain   
areas, requested mid-term rent reductions, pointing to the weakness of the      
economy. The vacancy rates of operating premises, particularly offices, are     
expected to rise. With increasing supply, the upward trend in rents will come to
a halt and may turn downward, at least partly (Source: Catella June 30, 2009).  

There has been a significant fall in property investments on the St. Petersburg 
property market since the third quarter of 2008. Very few deals have been closed
or deals have been postponed. Some increase in activity is forecast for the     
second and third quarters in 2009. Occupancy rates will go down in office       
centers as new commercial centers are completed and as companies vacate premises
to optimize their rental expenses in existing premises (Source: Colliers 2009). 

The deterioration of the global economic environment can be seen in changes in  
the demand for operating environments among clients in Technopolis' operating   
sectors. In accordance with its concept, Technopolis offers suitable and        
flexible operating environment solutions even in times of recession. As         
expected, the Group's financial occupancy rate has fallen but it remained on a  
reasonable level of 94.2% at the end of the reporting period (having been 96.6% 
on June 30, 2008). The uncertainty on the financial markets made itself felt in 
the rising spreads of loans drawn down by the company and in the availability of
funding. Despite the increase in loan spreads, the Group's interest expenditure 
fell below the expected level because of the general decline in interest rates. 


Operations                                                                      

The Technopolis Group has defined the operating segments required under IFRS 8, 
which took effect at the beginning of 2009. There are two operating segments    
based on geographic units: Finland and Russia. The segment division is based on 
the Group's existing internal reporting procedures and the organization of the  
Group's operations. The Group will present segment reports from the beginning of
the current year.                                                               

The Group's net sales for the reporting period reached EUR 38.2 million (EUR    
34.9 million in 2008), an increase of 9.4 %. Of this, rental revenue accounted  
for 85.0 % (81.6 %) and service revenue for 15.0 % (18.4 %). The reduction in   
the relative proportion of service revenue was mainly due to the discontinuation
of the Consulting Unit in the fall of 2008. The Group's Development Services    
helped clients in obtaining EUR 14.4 million worth of risk capital in the first 
half. Like for like rental growth was 1.4%. Like for like rental growth, i.e.   
the growth in rental revenue from comparable sources, was calculated by         
comparing the rental revenue for the period 1-6/2009 with the corresponding     
period in 2008. In order to be comparable, the figures do not include properties
commissioned or acquired during the year. EBITDA for the year was EUR 19.7      
million (EUR 17.9 million), an increase of 10.1%.                               

The Group's operating loss was EUR 9.1 million (profit EUR 15.5 million) which  
included a loss of EUR 28.6 million (EUR -1.7 million) in the fair value of     
investment properties and properties under construction. The decline in the     
operating profit was due to a drop in the fair value of investment properties   
caused by rising yield requirements. This drop had no impact on the net sales,  
EBITDA or cash flow. The decrease in the operating profit does have a negative  
impact on the Group's equity ratio.                                             

The Group's net finance expenses totaled EUR 6.2 million (EUR 6.8 million). The 
Group's loss before taxes was EUR 15.4 million (profit EUR 8.7 million).        

As of the beginning of the current year, the company is presenting its direct   
result, which provides a better picture of the company's operational financial  
performance. The Group's direct result was EUR 10.1 million (EUR 7.3 million),  
an increase of 38.6 %. The direct result shows the company's result for the     
fiscal period excluding changes in the fair values of investment properties and 
financial instruments during the period, any non-recurring items and tax effects
relating to the above-mentioned items.                                          

Total assets in the balance sheet were EUR 685.7 million (EUR 655.3 million), an
increase of 4.6 %. The Group's equity ratio at the end of the period was 37.8 % 
(40.8 %).                                                                       

The fair value of the Group's completed investment properties at the end of the 
period was EUR 584.6 million (EUR 542.6 million). As of January 1, 2009, the    
company has complied with the amended IAS 40 standard, under which investment   
properties under construction booked under tangible assets must also be measured
at their fair value, provided that fair value can be reliably determined. The   
fair value of investment properties under construction was EUR 37.4 million at  
the end of the period. The amendment to the standard was not applied            
retroactively. The negative earnings impact of the change in the fair values of 
investment properties and properties under construction was EUR 28.6 million    
(EUR -1.7 million) during the period. The negative change in the fair value is  
mainly due to the increased market yield requirements.                          

Yield requirements are calculated on the basis of an assessment done by two     
independent appraisal agencies for each individual region. The yields are       
calculated by taking the average of the upper and lower ranges reported by these
organizations. On June 30, 2009, the average net yield requirement for Group    
properties was 8.0% (7.5% on June 30, 2008). An average occupancy rate of 95.2% 
was projected for the calculation of the fair values over a ten-year time frame.
The Group's targets concerning the actual occupancy rates are higher than this. 
Over the period from 2000 to 2008, the Group's average occupancy rate was 97.5%.

The Group's total rentable space was 445,621 square meters at the end of the    
period (415,443 square meters on June 30, 2008). The Group's average financial  
occupancy rate at the end of the period was 94.2% (96.6%). 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. At the end of the reporting period, the lease portfolio held  
by the Group totaled EUR 124.7 million (EUR 119.8 million).                     


Group Structure                                                                 

The Technopolis Group includes 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 both in Espoo, as well as other subsidiaries.             

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

The parent company has a minority interest in the following affiliates:         
Kiinteistö Oy Hermia (49.3%), Technocenter Kempele Oy (48.5%), Kiinteistö Oy    
Bioteknia (28.5%), Iin Micropolis Ltd (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, which is wholly owned
by Innopoli Ltd. Technopolis Ventures Ltd owns the subsidiaries Technopolis     
Ventures Lappeenranta Ltd (100%), Technopolis Ventures Jyväskylä Ltd (100%),    
Technopolis Ventures Oulu Ltd (70%), Technopolis Ventures Professia Ltd in      
Tampere (50.1%), and Technopolis Ventures Kuopio Ltd (100%). The Technopolis    
Group has a 35% holding in Otaniemi Development Ltd.                            

Major Investments and Development Projects                                      

The construction of Phase 5 of the Kontinkangas technology center in Oulu was   
started in June 2008. The gross floor area of the extension is approx. 4,030    
square meters and the total cost of the project is estimated at around EUR 6.7  
million. Phase 5 will be completed in June. A total of 94.4% of the extension   
has been let.                                                                   

A decision was made to start Phase 1 of the Hermia 15 property in Tampere in    
April 2008. The estimated cost of the 11,790 square meters project is EUR 14.5  
million, which includes a parking facility for 300 vehicles. The Phase 1        
premises have been let 100%. Phase 1 is due for completion in August 2009.      

Construction of Phase 1 of the Yliopistonrinne project in downtown Tampere was  
started in June 2008. The new technology center will be located on a plot of    
land bought from the City of Tampere earlier in January, next to the University 
of Tampere. The price of the plot was EUR 5.6 million. The estimated total cost 
of the 19,200 square meter project is EUR 33.3 million, which includes a parking
facility for 130 vehicles. With 81.4 % of the Phase 1 facilities already let,   
the project is due for completion in March 2010.                                

Construction of Phase 2 of the Ohjelmakaari project in Ylistönmäki, Jyväskylä,  
was started in June 2008. The estimated cost of the project is about EUR 7.7    
million, which includes a section of a parking facility to be built at a later  
date. The gross floor area is about 4,790 square meters. A total of 75.6 % of   
the Phase 2 facilities has been let in the project, completed in June 2009.     

Construction of Phase 1 of the Pulkovo technology center in St. Petersburg has  
begun. The new center is being constructed on a plot owned by Technopolis St.   
Petersburg LCC near Pulkovo International Airport. The estimated cost of the    
24,100 square meters building is about EUR 50 million. Construction is          
proceeding according to plan. As of the end of the reporting period, EUR 27.0   
million had been committed to the company in St. Petersburg. The market         
situation is extremely challenging, but there is reasonable demand. In Russia,  
the normal market practice is to sign leases only upon completion of the        
projects. However, the first binding pre-lease for the Pulkovo project was      
signed at the end of the reporting period. Phase 1 of the technology center is  
due for completion in the spring of 2010.                                       

As part of its program to improve its operational efficiency, Technopolis       
launched a project to develop its enterprise resource planning system. The new  
ERP system is to be deployed in April 2010, if not earlier. The external costs  
of the development project will amount to approx. EUR 0.9 million.              


Stock-Related Events                                                            

The company's share capital stands at EUR 96,913,626.29, with 57,345,341 shares 
outstanding.                                                                    

The company has not received any notices of changes in ownership during the     
reporting period.                                                               


Financing                                                                       

With its current credit facilities, Technopolis can finance all approved        
investments. At the end of the period, Technopolis had EUR 110.0 million worth  
of untapped binding long-term credit facilities and loans, and cash amounting to
EUR 6.0 million. Of the long-term credit facilities, EUR 80.0 million is credit 
extended by the European Investment Bank to Technopolis for future expansions in
Finland. Technopolis has a EUR 90 million domestic commercial paper program to  
manage its short-term liquidity, which allows the company to issue commercial   
papers with a maturity of less than one year. At the end of the reporting       
period, the Group's issued commercial papers stood at EUR 3.0 million (EUR 4.0  
million). Technopolis also has a EUR 15.0 million credit line of which EUR 3.2  
million had been used by the end of the reporting period. All in all,           
Technopolis has a total of EUR 208.8 million in short- and long-term credit     
facilities.                                                                     

The Group's net financial expenses totaled EUR 6.2 million (EUR 6.8 million).   

The Group's interest coverage ratio was 3.3 (2.2). The interest coverage ratio  
indicates the ratio between EBITDA and accrual-based interest expenses.         

The Group's total assets as indicated in the balance sheet were EUR 685.7       
million (EUR 655.3 million), of which liabilities accounted for EUR 428.0       
million (EUR 389.2 million). The Group's equity ratio was 37.8% (40.8%). At the 
end of the period, the Group's net gearing was 142.7% (118.5%). The Group's     
equity per share was EUR 4.49 (EUR 4.64).                                       

The Group's interest-bearing liabilities at the end of the reporting period were
EUR 373.9 million (EUR 337.6 million). On June 30, 2009, the average interest   
rate on interest-bearing liabilities was 3.05% (4.83%). At the end of the       
reporting period, 70.5% (71.2 %) of the interest-bearing liabilities were pegged
to the 3 to 12-month Euribor rates and 29.5% (28.8 %) were fixed-rate loans with
maturities of 13 to 60 months. The average capital-weighted loan period was 10.1
years (10.8 years).                                                             

The Group's loan to value, i.e., the ratio of interest-bearing debt to the fair 
value of investment properties and properties under construction, was 58.9%     
(57.2%).                                                                        

The Group has long-term interest-bearing loans worth EUR 354.4 million, of which
EUR 65.5 million is tied to equity-ratio covenants. With these loans, the       
decline in the equity ratio may lead to higher interest margins or premature    
repayment. The margins of some loans and bank guarantees may rise with lower    
equity ratios as shown in the table below.                                      

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| Principal of    | Spread     | Equity  | Equity   | Equity   | Other         |
| loan (L) or     | %          | ratio   | ratio    | ratio    |               |
| bank            | 6/30/2009  | under   | under    | under    |               |
| guarantee (BG), |            | 38%     | 33%      | 30%      |               |
| €m              |            |         |          |          |               |
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| 10.0 (L)        | 0.65       |         |          | 0.85     |               |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 4.1 (L)         | 0.65       |         | 0.70     | 1.00     |               |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 20.0 (L)        | 1.00       | 1.50    | 1.75     | 2.00     |               |
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| 1.4 (L)         | 0.45       |         |          |          | Spread may be |
|                 |            |         |          |          | changed or    |
|                 |            |         |          |          | loan          |
|                 |            |         |          |          | terminated if |
|                 |            |         |          |          | equity ratio  |
|                 |            |         |          |          | falls under   |
|                 |            |         |          |          | 28%           |
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| 10.0 (BG)       | 0.40       |         |          | 0.60     |               |
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| 20.0 (BG)       | 0.265      | 0.35*)  |          | 0.65     | *) Covenant   |
|                 |            |         |          |          | takes effect  |
|                 |            |         |          |          | 12/8/2013     |
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Bank guarantees in the amount of EUR 66.0 million have been given as security   
for the EUR 65.0 million in loans granted by the European Investment Bank. EUR  
20.0 million of these guarantees will expire by the end of 2013 and the plan is 
to extend them. Significant increases in loan margins may be expected when these
bank guarantees are extended.                                                   

Of the existing interest-bearing loans, a total of EUR 19.5 million will mature 
during the 12-month period following the reporting period.                      

Financing for the Pulkovo construction project in Russia will be provided by    
funding acquired by the parent company, which will be converted into long-term  
loans and shareholders' equity with due regard for the Russian                  
thin-capitalization rules.                                                      


Organization and Personnel                                                      

The President and CEO of Technopolis is Keith Silverang, MBA. Mr. Silverang has 
dual US and Finnish citizenship. He took his undergraduate degree at Boston     
University and completed an MBA at the Helsinki School of Economics. Mr. Reijo  
Tauriainen serves as the Deputy CEO of the company.                             

The Executive Board comprises President and CEO Keith Silverang, Finnish Country
Manager and CFO Reijo Tauriainen, Director of Tampere operations Satu Eskelinen 
and Chief Development Officer Jukka Akselin.                                    

The Technopolis line organization now consists of three business units: Finland,
Russia and New Markets. Furthermore, the Group organization has matrix support  
functions for its real estate development, business services, business          
development and support activities. The New Markets Unit has no net sales or    
operating profit and its expenses are included in administrative expenses.      

The Group employed an average of 152 (162) people during the period. There were 
59 (56) employees in real estate operations, 34 (38) in business services and 59
(68) in development services. At the end of the reporting period, the total     
number of Group personnel was 156 (181).                                        


Annual General Meeting                                                          

The Annual General Meeting of Technopolis Plc shareholders (AGM) was held on    
March 26, 2009. The AGM adopted the Group and Parent Company financial          
statements for fiscal year 2008 and released the company management from        
liability.                                                                      

The AGM decided to pay a dividend of EUR 0.12 per share as proposed by the      
Board. The dividend was to be paid to the shareholders who were registered in   
the share register kept by Euroclear Finland Oy on the record date March 31,    
2009. The dividends were paid on April 7, 2009.                                 

The Annual General Meeting decided to amend section 8 of the Articles of        
Association by specifying that notices of the AGM should be served no later than
three weeks before the AGM.                                                     

The number of members on the Board of Directors was confirmed at six. Teija     
Andersen, Jussi Kuutsa, Matti Pennanen, Timo Ritakallio and Erkki Veikkolainen  
were elected to the Board for the term ending at the conclusion of the next     
Annual General Meeting. In addition to the above members, the Board includes    
Pertti Huuskonen, who was elected full-time Chairman of the Board by the AGM on 
March 27, 2008, for a term that began on September 15, 2008, and will end with  
the conclusion of the 2010 Annual General Meeting. Matti Pennanen was elected   
Deputy Chairman of the Board.                                                   

The Annual General Meeting decided that Pertti Huuskonen be paid compensation   
according to the decision made thereon by the AGM of March 27, 2008, and in     
compliance with the agreement made with Pertti Huuskonen, for the period        
beginning with the conclusion of the 2009 AGM and ending with the conclusion of 
the following AGM, taking into account, however, that the monetary compensation 
payable to Mr. Huuskonen will be reduced by 15 percent to EUR 288,150 in        
accordance with his own savings initiative.                                     

The other members of the Board will be paid annual compensation as follows: EUR 
30,000 to the Deputy Chairman of the Board and EUR 25,000 to Board members. A   
further EUR 600 will be paid as a per-meeting fee for participation in Board    
meetings. Travel costs will be reimbursed to Board members in accordance with   
the company's travel regulations.                                               

The AGM further authorized the Board to extend the compensation agreement made  
with Pertti Huuskonen by one year under the original terms so that it will end  
with the conclusion of the 2011 AGM. In accordance with the original terms of   
contract, the annual fee payable to the Chairman of the Board of Directors is   
EUR 339,000.                                                                    

KPMG Oy Ab was appointed auditor for the Group, with Tapio Raappana, APA, as the
auditor-in-charge. It was decided that the auditors be paid auditing fees on the
basis of reasonable invoicing.                                                  

The Annual General Meeting decided to authorize the Board of Directors to decide
on purchasing the company's own shares as follows. The maximum number of shares 
to be acquired pursuant to this authorization is 5,700,000, which is equivalent 
to approximately 9.94% of the company's issued shares. Under the authorization, 
the company's own shares may only be purchased using its unrestricted equity.   

The company's own shares may be purchased at a price derived through public     
trading on the date of acquisition or at a price otherwise determined by the    
market.                                                                         

The decision on how the shares are to be acquired will be made by the Board of  
Directors. Derivatives may be used for this purpose. Shares need not necessarily
be acquired in proportion to the current holdings of the existing shareholders  
(directed acquisition).                                                         

This authorization to purchase the company's own shares replaces the            
authorization granted by the Annual General Meeting of March 27, 2008.          

The authorization will expire on September 26, 2010.                            

The AGM authorized the Board to decide on share issues and on granting options  
and other stock-related incentives as referred to in Chapter 10, section 1, of  
the Limited Liability Companies Act as follows.                                 

The maximum number of shares to be issued pursuant to this authorization is     
11,400,000, which is equivalent to approximately 19.88% of the company's        
outstanding shares.                                                             

The Board of Directors will decide on all the terms of the share issue and on   
the granting of special rights giving entitlement to shares. The authorization  
concerns both the issuance of new shares and the conveyance of the company's own
shares. A share issue may be floated and special rights giving entitlement to   
shares granted in derogation to the pre-emptive right of shareholders (directed 
issue).                                                                         

This authorization replaces the authorizations granted by the Extraordinary     
General Meeting of November 29, 2007, and by the Annual General Meeting of March
27, 2008, to decide on share issues and on granting special rights giving       
entitlement to shares.                                                          

The authorization will expire on March 26, 2012.                                

At the AGM, the Board made the decision to amend its proposal referred to in the
notice of the meeting so that the number of shares to be issued pursuant to the 
authorization may not exceed 11,400,000, which is equivalent to 19.88% of the   
company's issued shares.                                                        

The AGM decided to approve a share ownership plan for key personnel in the      
Technopolis Group.                                                              

The purpose of the plan is to harmonize the goals of the owners and the key     
personnel in order to increase the company's value, to commit the key personnel 
to the company and to offer them a competitive remuneration plan based on share 
ownership.                                                                      

The plan consists of three earning periods: the calendar years 2010, 2011 and   
2012. The Board of Directors will decide on the criteria and targets for each   
earning period in December of the previous year. Rewards for the earning periods
2010, 2011 and 2012 will be paid in 2011, 2012 and 2013 partly in cash and      
partly in company shares. Shares may not be disposed of during a commitment     
period of two and a half years.                                                 

Maximum rewards payable under the plan usually correspond to the value of some  
800,000 Technopolis Plc shares (including the proportion payable in cash).      


Evaluation of Operational Risks                                                 

The most significant risks in the business operations of Technopolis are        
financial and customer risks as well risks related to the operations in Russia. 

The objective of interest rate risk management is to mitigate the negative      
impact of market rate fluctuations on the Group's performance, financial        
position and cash flow. If necessary, the company will make use of forwards,    
interest rate swaps and interest rate options to hedge interest rate risks.     
Another aim of the company's interest rate risk policy is to diversify the      
interest rate risk of loan contracts over various loan periods on the basis of  
the market situation prevailing at any given time and the interest rate forecast
created by the company.                                                         

It is indicative of the structure of Technopolis' loan portfolio at the end of  
the fiscal period that a one point change in money market rates would change    
interest rate costs by EUR 1.8 million per annum.                               

Because of the interest rate risk associated with loans, a policy of            
diversifying interest bases is pursued. On June 30, 2009, 70.5% of the company's
interest-bearing loans were pegged to the 3-12 month Euribor rate. Of all       
interest-bearing loans, 29.5% were fixed-rate loans with a maturity of 13 to 60 
months.                                                                         

The objective of refinancing risk management is to ensure that the Group loan   
portfolio is sufficiently diversified in terms of repayment schedules and       
financing instruments. The average capital-weighted outstanding loan period for 
interest-bearing loans was 10.1 years. In order to manage financing risk,       
Technopolis draws upon the resources of a wide range of financers, makes use of 
a variety of financing instruments and maintains a relatively high level of     
solvency.                                                                       

Sustained uncertainty on financial markets may affect the availability of growth
financing, refinancing and their spreads in the future.                         

The differences between Russian and Finnish legislation and administrative      
procedures may give rise to risks. If premises cannot be let as planned, the    
Pulkovo technology center will pose a financial risk to the Group. Once         
completed, Pulkovo will represent approximately 7% of the combined fair value of
the Group's investment properties.                                              

Fluctuations in the exchange rate between the Russian ruble and the euro may    
have an effect on the company's financial position and operations. Transactions 
denominated in rubles are recorded at the exchange rate applied on the          
transaction date. Any translation differences are entered in the income         
statement under other operating expenses or financial income and expenses based 
on the type of transaction involved. The acquisition of land in St. Petersburg  
has been financed in the local currency, and the related exchange rate risk has 
been hedged using a currency swap.                                              

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

Client risk management aims to minimize the negative impact of potential changes
in the client's financial position on the company's operations and financial    
performance. Client risk management focuses on a deep understanding of the      
business that the client is engaged in and on the active monitoring of          
client-related information. As part of client risk management, Technopolis      
leases include rental security deposit arrangements. All the properties have    
full-value insurance.                                                           

Geographically, the Group's property portfolio is diversified among the Helsinki
Metropolitan Area, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Lappeenranta, Tampere, the Oulu region,   
and St. Petersburg. No single client accounts for more than 8.8 % of the Group's
net sales. All in all, the Group has some 1,180 clients operating in a wide     
range of sectors.                                                               

The company's leases fall into two categories: fixed-term and open-ended. The   
company employs both types of leases depending on the market situation, the     
property involved and the tenant's business.                                    

At the end of the period under review, open-ended leases that could be          
terminated and renegotiated during the following 12 months covered a total of   
191,160 square meters of space, or 47% of the entire property portfolio. The    
notice periods for these leases are as follows: three months or less 8%; three  
to six months 25%; six to nine months 48%; and more than nine months 19% of the 
leases. At the end of the period, the average term of leases was 23 months.     

Any reduction in the financial occupancy rate may decrease rental and service   
revenues and thus reduce the fair value of investment properties and,           
subsequently, the equity ratio. The current lease structure allows clients to   
change the premises they occupy flexibly as their business changes. While the   
flexibility of the lease system poses a risk to the Group, it is an essential   
element of the Technopolis service concept.  The company has solid long-term    
experience of this business model over many business cycles.                    

In new building projects, Technopolis focuses on quality specifications and the 
management of the property's entire lifecycle. In the design phase, due         
consideration is given to all the maintenance and repair requirements in order  
to implement environmentally sustainable solutions for energy consumption, the  
adaptability of office facilities and recycling potential. When properties are  
bought, Technopolis carries out the standard property and environmental audits  
before finally committing itself to the transaction.                            

Changes in market yield requirements may have a significant impact on financial 
performance. When the yield requirements increase, the fair values of properties
fall. Conversely, when the yield requirements decrease, the fair values of      
properties rise. While the changes increase or decrease the company's operating 
profit, they do not affect its EBITDA or direct result but they do have an      
impact on its equity ratio.                                                     


Outlook                                                                         

Technopolis management expects the demand for its facilities and services to    
decline in 2009. The management expects there to be a considerable risk that the
financial occupancy rate will fall, which may have an adverse impact on the     
company's net sales and EBITDA in 2009 and 2010.                                

The management anticipates that the economic downturn, if protracted, could pose
a challenge to the Group's growth targets. The company will continue to pursue  
measures aimed at safeguarding profitability even under difficult market        
conditions. The Group management expects the Group's net sales and EBITDA to    
increase by 5% to 8% in 2009.                                                   

In accordance with its updated growth strategy, Technopolis' objective is to    
operate in all the leading Finnish knowledge-intensive cities as well as Russia 
and two to three other countries by 2014. The Group will aim at increasing its  
net sales at an average annual rate of 10%, with 25% of net sales coming from   
outside Finland by 2014. The company will target growth through both organic    
expansion and acquisitions. The Group's equity ratio target is 35%.             

The Group's financial performance is determined by general macroeconomic trends,
client operations, financial markets and the market yield requirements for      
properties. Developments in these areas may affect the Group's financial        
performance through changes in occupancy rates, the use of services, financing  
costs, the fair values of properties and office rent levels.                    

Oulu, July 17, 2009                                                             

TECHNOPOLIS PLC                                                                 
Board of Directors                                                              

Keith Silverang                                                                 
President and CEO                                                               

Additional information:                                                         
Keith Silverang, tel. +358 40 566 7785                                          

A PDF version of this interim report is available at www.technopolis.fi. For a  
hardcopy version, please contact: tel. +358 8 551 3228 / Technopolis info.      

Technopolis provides an online information bulletin service that can be         
subscribed to on the company website. Subscribers will receive the company's    
information bulletins by email.                                                 

The accounting policies applied in the interim report and the formulas for      
calculating key indicators are basically the same as in the 2008 annual report. 
Since January 1, 2009, the company has applied the revised IAS 1 and IAS 40     
standards as well as the IFRS 8 regulations. 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. With the expansion of the operations, a third operating     
segment, New Markets, may also be reported. 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. This is the first    
year when the Group presents the information on the operating segments complete 
with comparative data.                                                          

Investment properties are valued in accordance with the fair value model. The   
company has complied with the amended IAS 40 standard, under which investment   
properties under construction must be measured at fair value, provided that fair
value can be reliably determined. The company has applied the amended standard  
since the beginning of 2009.                                                    

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:     |      2009 |      2008 |    2009 |    2008 |        2008 |
| EUR million        |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Net sales          |     18.76 |     18.50 |   38.16 |   34.88 |       72.57 |
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| Other operating    |      0.58 |      1.08 |    1.06 |    3.15 |        5.48 |
| income 1)          |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Other operating    |     -9.56 |    -10.47 |  -19.48 |  -20.11 |      -41.07 |
| expenses           |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Change in fair     |    -14.55 |     -4.31 |  -28.59 |   -1.73 |       -0.69 |
| value of           |           |           |         |         |             |
| investment         |           |           |         |         |             |
| properties         |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Depreciation 2)    |     -0.13 |     -0.12 |   -0.26 |   -0.67 |       -0.98 |
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| Operating          |     -4.90 |      4.68 |   -9.12 |   15.52 |       35.31 |
| profit/loss        |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Financial income   |     -2.55 |     -3.65 |   -6.24 |   -6.80 |      -13.93 |
| and expenses       |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Profit before      |     -7.45 |      1.04 |  -15.36 |    8.72 |       21.38 |
| taxes              |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Income taxes       |      1.83 |     -0.13 |    4.03 |   -2.28 |       -5.56 |
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| Net profit for the |     -5.62 |      0.91 |  -11.38 |    6.44 |       15.85 |
| period             |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Other              |           |           |         |         |             |
| comprehensive      |           |           |         |         |             |
| income items       |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Available-for-sale |      0.03 |      0.00 |    0.03 |   -0.03 |       -0.04 |
| financial assets   |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Taxes related to   |     -0.01 |      0.00 |   -0.01 |    0.01 |        0.01 |
| other              |           |           |         |         |             |
| comprehensive      |           |           |         |         |             |
| income items       |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Other              |      0.02 |      0.00 |    0.02 |   -0.02 |       -0.03 |
| comprehensive      |           |           |         |         |             |
| income items after |           |           |         |         |             |
| taxes for the      |           |           |         |         |             |
| period             |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Comprehensive      |     -5.60 |      0.91 |  -11.36 |    6.42 |       15.82 |
| income for the     |           |           |         |         |             |
| period, total      |           |           |         |         |             |
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| Distribution of    |           |           |         |         |             |
| earnings for the   |           |           |         |         |             |
| period:            |           |           |         |         |             |
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| To parent company  |     -5.62 |      0.94 |  -11.35 |    6.59 |       15.99 |
| shareholders       |           |           |         |         |             |
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| To non-controlling |     -0.01 |     -0.03 |   -0.03 |   -0.15 |       -0.14 |
| shareholders       |           |           |         |         |             |
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|                    |     -5.62 |      0.91 |  -11.38 |    6.44 |       15.85 |
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| Distribution of    |           |           |         |         |             |
| comprehensive      |           |           |         |         |             |
| earnings for the   |           |           |         |         |             |
| period:            |           |           |         |         |             |
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| To parent company  |     -5.59 |      0.94 |  -11.33 |    6.57 |       15.96 |
| shareholders       |           |           |         |         |             |
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| To non-controlling |     -0.01 |     -0.03 |   -0.03 |   -0.15 |       -0.14 |
| shareholders       |           |           |         |         |             |
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|                    |     -5.60 |      0.91 |  -11.36 |    6.42 |       15.82 |
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| Earnings per share based on result of flows to the parent company            |
| shareholders:                                                                |
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| Earnings/share, basic |     -0.10 |   0.02 |   -0.20 |        0.14 |    0.31 |
| (EUR)                 |           |        |         |             |         |
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| Earnings/share,       |     -0.10 |   0.02 |   -0.20 |        0.14 |    0.31 |
| adjusted for dilutive |           |        |         |             |         |
| effect (EUR)          |           |        |         |             |         |
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| BALANCE SHEET, ASSETS           |             |              |               |
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| Currency unit: EUR million      |   6/30/2009 |    6/30/2008 |    12/31/2008 |
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| Non-current assets              |             |              |               |
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| Intangible assets               |        1.94 |         2.05 |          2.02 |
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| Tangible assets                 |       52.58 |        49.48 |         37.94 |
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| Investment property             |      584.62 |       542.59 |        594.02 |
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| Investments                     |       26.14 |        26.31 |         26.70 |
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| Deferred tax assets             |        2.21 |         2.39 |          1.89 |
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| Non-current assets              |      667.49 |       622.82 |        662.57 |
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| Current assets                  |       18.25 |        32.52 |         20.99 |
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| Assets, total                   |      685.74 |       655.33 |        683.56 |
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| BALANCE SHEET, SHAREHOLDERS'    |             |              |               |
| EQUITY AND LIABILITIES          |             |              |               |
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| Currency unit: EUR million      |             |              |               |
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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                     |       63.91 |        63.84 |         63.82 |
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| Other shareholders' equity      |        0.27 |         0.35 |          0.55 |
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| Retained earnings               |       89.21 |        79.61 |         79.62 |
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| Net profit for the period       |      -11.35 |         6.59 |         15.99 |
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| Parent company's shareholders'  |      257.50 |       265.85 |        275.44 |
| interests                       |             |              |               |
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| Non-controlling interests       |        0.23 |         0.25 |          0.26 |
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| Shareholders' equity, total     |      257.73 |       266.10 |        275.70 |
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| Liabilities                     |             |              |               |
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| Non-current liabilities         |             |              |               |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities    |      354.38 |       316.58 |        329.84 |
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| Non-interest-bearing            |        1.32 |         1.44 |          1.38 |
| liabilities                     |             |              |               |
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| Deferred tax liabilities        |       32.09 |        36.48 |         38.11 |
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| Non-current liabilities, total  |      387.79 |       354.51 |        369.33 |
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| Current liabilities             |             |              |               |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities    |       19.48 |        21.05 |         20.43 |
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| Non-interest-bearing            |       20.75 |        13.68 |         18.10 |
| liabilities                     |             |              |               |
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| Current liabilities, total      |       40.22 |        34.73 |         38.53 |
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| Liabilities, total              |      428.01 |       389.24 |        407.86 |
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| Shareholders' equity and        |      685.74 |       655.33 |        683.56 |
| liabilities, total              |             |              |               |
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| CASH FLOW STATEMENT             |        1-6/ |        1-6/ |          1-12/ |
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| Currency unit: EUR million      |        2009 |        2008 |           2008 |
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| Cash flow from operating        |             |             |                |
| activities                      |             |             |                |
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| Net profit for the period       |      -11.38 |        6.44 |          15.85 |
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| Adjustments:                    |             |             |                |
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|  Change in fair value of        |       28.59 |        1.73 |           0.69 |
|  investment properties          |             |             |                |
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|  Depreciation                   |        0.26 |        0.67 |           0.98 |
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| Other adjustments for non-cash  |        0.27 |       -0.07 |           0.11 |
|  transactions                   |             |             |                |
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|  Interest and other financial   |        7.93 |        7.60 |          18.26 |
|  expenses                       |             |             |                |
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|  Interest income                |       -1.69 |       -0.79 |          -4.30 |
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|  Dividend yield                 |             |             |          -0.01 |
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|  Taxes                          |       -3.98 |        2.28 |           5.53 |
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| Increase / decrease in working  |        3.17 |        0.59 |           0.24 |
| capital                         |             |             |                |
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| Interest received               |        1.80 |        0.36 |           2.41 |
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| Dividends received              |        0.01 |        0.01 |           0.01 |
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| Interest paid and fees          |       -8.60 |       -6.26 |         -17.12 |
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| Taxes paid                      |       -1.12 |       -1.29 |          -2.47 |
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| Net cash from operations        |       15.25 |       11.25 |          20.19 |
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| Cash flow from investing        |             |             |                |
| activities                      |             |             |                |
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| Investments in other securities |       -0.01 |       -0.11 |          -1.11 |
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| Investments in investment       |      -33.41 |      -36.64 |         -70.21 |
| properties                      |             |             |                |
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| Investments in tangible and     |       -0.10 |       -0.09 |          -0.27 |
| intangible assets               |             |             |                |
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| Repayments of loan receivables  |        0.00 |        0.01 |           0.01 |
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| Gains from disposals of other   |        0.00 |        2.30 |           2.33 |
| investments                     |             |             |                |
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| Acquisition of subsidiaries     |             |      -19.95 |         -22.21 |
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| Net cash used in investing      |      -33.52 |      -54.48 |         -91.46 |
| activities                      |             |             |                |
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| Cash flow from financing        |             |             |                |
| activities                      |             |             |                |
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| Increase in long-term loans     |       35.16 |       50.21 |          70.21 |
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| Decrease in long-term loans     |      -10.61 |       -7.12 |         -14.46 |
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| Dividends paid                  |       -6.88 |       -6.68 |          -6.60 |
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| Paid share issue                |             |       58.79 |          58.48 |
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| Repayments of capital leasing   |        0.40 |        0.45 |           0.95 |
| receivables                     |             |             |                |
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| Change in short-term loans      |       -0.97 |      -31.20 |         -31.24 |
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| Net cash from financing         |       17.10 |       64.45 |          77.34 |
| activities                      |             |             |                |
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| Net increase/decrease in cash   |       -1.16 |       21.21 |           6.07 |
| assets                          |             |             |                |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at    |        7.15 |        1.08 |           1.08 |
| period-start                    |             |             |                |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at    |        5.98 |       22.29 |           7.15 |
| period-end                      |             |             |                |
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| STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN    |        |          |         |        |          |
| EQUITY                     |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Currency unit:    |  Share | Premiu |    Other | Retaine | Non-co | Sharehol |
| EUR million       | capita | m fund |    funds |       d | ntroll |    ders' |
|                   |      l |        |          | earning |    ing |   equity |
|                   |        |        |          |       s | shareh |          |
|                   |        |        |          |         | olders |          |
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| EQUITY 12/31/2007 |  74.54 |  18.55 |    27.38 |   86.29 |   0.40 |   207.17 |
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| Share capital     |   0.01 |        |     0.01 |         |        |     0.02 |
| increase          |        |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Directed share    |  22.36 |        |    36.40 |         |        |    58.76 |
| issue             |        |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Dividend          |        |        |          |   -6.62 |        |    -6.62 |
| distribution      |        |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Comprehensive     |        |        |    -0.02 |    6.59 |  -0.15 |     6.42 |
| income for the    |        |        |          |         |        |          |
| period            |        |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Other changes     |        |        |     0.06 |    0.28 |        |     0.35 |
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| EQUITY 6/30/2008  |  96.91 |  18.55 |    63.84 |   86.55 |   0.25 |   266.10 |
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| Comprehensive     |        |        |    -0.01 |    9.40 |   0.02 |     9.40 |
| income for the    |        |        |          |         |        |          |
| period            |        |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Other changes     |        |        |    -0.01 |    0.21 |        |     0.20 |
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| EQUITY 12/31/2008 |  96.91 |  18.55 |    63.82 |   96.16 |   0.26 |   275.70 |
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| Dividend          |        |        |          |   -6.88 |        |    -6.88 |
| distribution      |        |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Comprehensive     |        |        |     0.02 |  -11.35 |  -0.03 |   -11.36 |
| income for the    |        |        |          |         |        |          |
| period            |        |        |          |         |        |          |
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| Other changes     |        |        |     0.06 |    0.20 |        |     0.27 |
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| EQUITY 6/30/2009  |  96.91 |  18.55 |    63.91 |   78.13 |   0.23 |   257.73 |
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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 million |    2009 |    2008 |    2009 |    2008 |    2008 |
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| Net sales                  |         |         |         |         |         |
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|   Finland                  |   18.71 |   18.42 |   38.05 |   34.78 |   72.43 |
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|   Russia                   |    0.08 |    0.07 |    0.15 |    0.13 |    0.27 |
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|   Unallocated              |   -0.04 |    0.02 |   -0.04 |   -0.02 |   -0.13 |
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| Total                      |   18.76 |   18.50 |   38.16 |   34.88 |   72.57 |
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| EBITDA                     |         |         |         |         |         |
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|   Finland                  |   11.07 |   10.57 |   22.01 |   20.75 |   42.32 |
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|   Russia                   |   -0.13 |   -0.10 |   -0.29 |   -0.31 |   -0.54 |
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|   Unallocated              |   -1.16 |   -1.36 |   -2.00 |   -2.52 |   -4.80 |
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| Total                      |    9,78 |    9,11 |   19,73 |   17,92 |   36,98 |
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| Assets                     |         |         |         |         |         |
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|   Finland                  |         |         |  678.94 |  650.58 |  671.47 |
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|   Russia                   |         |         |   27.03 |   12.67 |   19.14 |
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|   Eliminations             |         |         |  -20.23 |   -7.92 |   -7.05 |
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| Total                      |         |         |  685.74 |  655.33 |  683.56 |
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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, this is the   
first year when 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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| Currency unit: EUR    |     4-6/ |     4-6/ |     1-6/ |     1-6/ |    1-12/ |
| million               |          |          |          |          |          |
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| DIRECT RESULT         |     2009 |     2008 |     2009 |     2008 |     2008 |
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| Net sales             |    18.76 |    18.50 |    38.16 |    34.88 |    72.57 |
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| Other operating       |     0.58 |     1.03 |     1.04 |     2.17 |     4.45 |
| income                |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Other operating       |    -9.56 |   -10.47 |   -19.48 |   -20.11 |   -41.07 |
| expenses              |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Depreciation          |    -0.13 |    -0.12 |    -0.26 |    -0.25 |    -0.56 |
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| Operating profit/loss |     9.64 |     8.94 |    19.45 |    16.69 |    35.40 |
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| Finance income and    |    -2.43 |    -3.67 |    -5.92 |    -7.04 |   -15.19 |
| expenses, total       |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Result before taxes   |     7.21 |     5.28 |    13.53 |     9.66 |    20.21 |
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| Taxes for direct      |    -1.96 |    -1.23 |    -3.47 |    -2.53 |    -5.53 |
| result items          |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Non-controlling       |     0.01 |     0.03 |     0.03 |     0.15 |     0.14 |
| interests             |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Direct result for the |     5.26 |     4.08 |    10.09 |     7.28 |    14.82 |
| period                |          |          |          |          |          |
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| INDIRECT RESULT       |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Non-recurring items   |     0.01 |     0.05 |     0.02 |     0.98 |     1.03 |
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| Change in fair value  |   -14.55 |    -4.31 |   -28.59 |    -1.73 |    -0.69 |
| of investment         |          |          |          |          |          |
| properties            |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Non-recurring         |          |          |          |    -0.42 |    -0.42 |
| depreciation          |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Operating profit/loss |   -14.54 |    -4.26 |   -28.57 |    -1.18 |    -0.08 |
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| Change in fair value  |    -0.12 |     0.02 |    -0.32 |     0.24 |     1.25 |
| of financial          |          |          |          |          |          |
| instruments           |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Result before taxes   |   -14.66 |    -4.24 |   -28.89 |    -0.94 |     1.17 |
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| Taxes for indirect    |     3.79 |     1.10 |     7.44 |     0,24 |          |
| result items          |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Indirect result for   |   -10.88 |    -3.14 |   -21.45 |    -0.69 |     1.17 |
| the period            |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Result for the        |    -5.62 |     0.94 |   -11.35 |     6.59 |    15.99 |
| period, total         |          |          |          |          |          |
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| Earning per share, diluted *)  |         1-6/ |         1-6/ |         1-12/ |
|                                |         2009 |         2008 |          2008 |
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| From direct result             |         0.18 |         0.16 |          0.28 |
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| From indirect result           |        -0.37 |        -0.01 |          0.02 |
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| From net result for the period |        -0.20 |         0.14 |          0.31 |
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| Number of shares adjusted for  |   57,345,341 |   46,752,905 |    52,118,705 |
| dilutive effect                |              |              |               |
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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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|                                  |        2009 |         2008 |         2008 |
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| Change in net sales, %           |         9.4 |         25.4 |         27.5 |
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| Operating profit/loss / net      |       -23.9 |         44.5 |         48.7 |
| sales, %                         |             |              |              |
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| Interest coverage ratio          |         3.3 |          2.2 |          2.2 |
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| Equity ratio, %                  |        37.8 |         40.8 |         40.5 |
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| Loan to value, %                 |        58.9 |         57.2 |         55.6 |
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| Group company personnel during   |         152 |          162 |          165 |
| the period, average              |             |              |              |
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| Gross expenditure on assets,     |      34,035 |      103,114 |      143,273 |
| EUR 1,000                        |             |              |              |
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| Net rental revenue of investment |         7.8 |          7.5 |          7.6 |
| properties, % 3)                 |             |              |              |
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| Financial occupancy rate, %      |        94.2 |         96.6 |         96.5 |
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| Earnings/share                   |             |              |              |
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| basic, EUR                       |       -0.20 |         0.14 |         0.31 |
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| diluted, EUR                     |       -0.20 |         0.14 |         0.31 |
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| Equity/share, EUR                |        4.49 |         4.64 |         4.80 |
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| Average issue-adjusted number of |             |              |              |
| shares                           |             |              |              |
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| basic                            |  57,345,341 |   46,655,838 |   52,029,796 |
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| diluted                          |  57,345,341 |   46,752,905 |   52,118,705 |
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| CONTINGENT LIABILITIES         |               |              |              |
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| Currency unit: EUR million     |     6/30/2009 |    6/30/2008 |   12/31/2008 |
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| Pledges and guarantees on own  |               |              |              |
| debt                           |               |              |              |
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| Mortgages of properties        |        389.82 |        245.5 |       264.03 |
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| Book value of pledged          |        158.31 |       166.09 |       162.42 |
| securities                     |               |              |              |
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| Other guarantee liabilities    |         46.95 |        47.51 |        13.24 |
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| Collateral given on behalf of  |          0.50 |         0.50 |         0.50 |
| associates                     |               |              |              |
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| Leasing liabilities, machinery |          1.40 |         1.03 |         0.94 |
| and equipment                  |               |              |              |
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| Project liabilities            |          0.15 |         0.02 |         0.21 |
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| Interest rate and currency     |               |              |              |
| swaps                          |               |              |              |
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| Nominal values                 |        155.99 |        96.15 |       112.00 |
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| Fair values                    |         -0.36 |         0.55 |         0.56 |
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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. The 2008 cumulative figures include non-recurring items of
EUR 0.9 million.                                                                

2) The 2008 cumulative figures include non-recurring depreciation of EUR 0.4    
million.                                                                        

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

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