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TECHNOPOLIS GROUP INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 – MARCH 31, 2010

TECHNOPOLIS PLC    INTERIM REPORT       April 29, 2010 at 12.00        


TECHNOPOLIS GROUP INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - MARCH 31, 2010                     

Highlights for period 1 - 3/2010 compared with 2009 equivalent                  
- Net sales remained at the level of EUR 19.4 million (EUR 19.4 million)        
- EBITDA rose to EUR 10.0 million (EUR 9.9 million)                             
- The direct result rose to EUR 5.4 million (EUR 4.8 million) and the direct    
result per share was EUR 0.09/share (EUR 0.08)                                  
- Operating profit rose to EUR 10.3 million (EUR -4.2 million),                 
including a change of EUR 0.5 million (EUR -14.0 million) in the fair market    
value of investment properties                                                  
- Profit before taxes was EUR 7.8 million (EUR -7.9 million)                    
- The financial occupancy rate was 94.0% (95.7%)                                
- The Group's equity ratio was 36.2% (38.6%)                                    
- Earnings per share, basic and diluted, was EUR 0.09 (EUR -0.10)               

Keith Silverang, President and CEO:                                             

"Technopolis has taken its first step towards internationalization through      
acquisitions. The company will acquire a Tallinn-based site which offers good   
growth potential and where the Technopolis concept creates value added. The     
joint venture to be established provides us with excellent opportunities to grow
in Estonia and possibly elsewhere in the Baltic region.                         
                                                                                
The business environment has stabilized during the first quarter. In market     
conditions like this, Technopolis concept competitive advantage becomes         
apparent. The occupancy rates of our facilities are higher than the average     
occupancy rate in nearly every community where we operate.                      

The upward trend in market yields seems to have reached its turning point and   
the situation has stabilized during the first quarter. The fair market value of 
our investment properties has not changed much compared with 2009 year end      
financial report.                                                               

The financial market has recovered and Technopolis has further benefited from   
market interest rates. The average interest rate of the Group's credit portfolio
was 1.98 % at the end of the reporting period. With its credit limit facilities 
of EUR 213.0 million at the end of the reporting period, the Group can meet the 
funding needs of Board approved investments. A loan granted by the EBRD         
(European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) - totaling EUR 31.6 million -
will support funding for Technopolis Pulkovo in St. Petersburg, and release     
securities for other growth projects."                                          

Business Conditions in Finland and St. Petersburg                               

The world economy has started to recover from the most severe economic crisis   
since the 1930s. However, the revival in world trade visible after the first    
half of 2009 has not been fully felt in the Finnish economy. According to the   
Bank of Finland, the gross domestic product contracted by 7.8% last year. It has
been forecasted that economic growth will remain 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 it still 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 witnessed a revival in demand since the 
fourth quarter of 2009 (Source: Amplion, January 11, 2010). The vacancy rate for
class A office properties in St. Petersburg was approximately 27% in 2009.      
Vacant class A and B office space amounted to approximately 250,000 square      
meters at the beginning of 2010. Demand is expected to grow gradually in 2010.  
(Source: Colliers Russia Real Estate Review 2010)                               

Operations                                                                      

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

In spite of the decline in global economic conditions, the demand for business  
environments in Technopolis' territories has remained satisfactory, and the     
Group's financial occupancy rate has remained on a good level, standing at 94.0%
at the end of the first quarter (95.7% on March 31, 2009).                      

Competition has intensified in the office rental market in the communities where
Technopolis operates over the last year. However, the company's occupancy rates 
are above average in nearly all of its growth centers.                          

The Group's net sales for the period under review were EUR 19.4 million (EUR    
19.4 million in 2009). Rental revenues accounted for 85.2% (84.4%) and service  
revenues 14.8% (15.6%) of sales. Like for like rental growth i.e. the rental    
revenue from comparable properties declined 2.7%. Like for like rental revenue  
growth, i.e. the trend in rental revenues from comparable sources, is calculated
by comparing the rental revenues from the 2010 figures to 2009 figures. To      
ensure comparability, the figures do not include rental revenues obtained from  
properties commissioned or acquired before the year ended.                      

EBITDA for the period was EUR 10.0 million (EUR 9.9 million), an increase of 0.6
%. The Group's operating profit was EUR 10.3 million (EUR -4.2 million), an     
increase of 344.1%. The increase in operating profit was mainly due a change of 
EUR 0.5 million (EUR -14.0 million) in the fair market value of investment      
properties due to stabilized market yields. 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 2.6 million (EUR 3.7 million). The 
Group's profit before taxes was EUR 7.8 million (EUR -7.9 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 5.4 million (EUR 4.8 million), an
increase of 10.3 %. The direct result shows the company's result for the        
financial period, excluding changes in the fair market value of investment      
properties and financial instruments during the period, as well as any          
non-recurring items, or tax effects relating to these items.                    

Total assets were EUR 718.9 million (EUR 685.5 million), an increase of 4.9 %.  
The Group's equity ratio at the end of the period was 36.2 % (38.6 %).          

The fair market value of the Group's investment properties at the end of the    
period was EUR 600.1 million (EUR 582.0 million) and the fair market value of   
investment properties under construction was EUR 58.6 million. The earnings     
impact of the change in the fair market value of investment properties was EUR  
0.5 million (EUR -14.0 million in 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 under   
construction 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 means of analyses done by two independent   
appraisal agencies for each individual region. The net yields are calculated by 
taking the average of the upper and lower ranges reported by these              
organizations. On March 31, 2010, the average net market yield for Group        
properties was 8.06% (7.85% on March 31, 2009). The average ten-year occupancy  
rate used in the fair market value calculation was 95.5 %. The Group has set a  
higher target for the final occupancy rate than the preceding value. Over the   
period of 2000-2009, the Group's average occupancy rate was 97.1 %.             

The Group's total rentable space at the end of the period was 453,567 square    
meters (438,337 square meters on March 31, 2009). The Group's average financial 
occupancy rate was 94.0% (95.7%) at the end of the period. The financial        
occupancy rate depicts rental revenues obtained 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     
115.8 million (EUR 128.1 million) at the end of the reporting period.           

In 2009, Technopolis analyzed potential international investment targets in     
Europe for future growth. Country analyses were aimed at evaluating both the    
growth potential of the knowledge-intensive sectors of the target countries and 
the opportunities for Technopolis successfully operate in accordance with its   
concept in the country in question.                                             

On the basis of these analyses, four countries were selected for further        
analysis at the end of 2009 and investigation of the potential for acquisitions.
The key criteria were rapid positive cash flow, potential for growth            
post-acquisition growth, as well as the suitability of targeted properties for  
the Technopolis service concept.                                                

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

On March 26, 2010, Technopolis signed a contract with Tallinn-based Smart City  
Group As and its subsidiary Ülemiste City As to establish a joint venture in    
Tallinn. Technopolis will acquire a majority interest in the company to be      
founded and owned by Smart City Group As. The property portfolio to be          
transferred to Technopolis Ülemiste is currently held by Ülemiste City As, a    
subsidiary of Smart City Group As. This property portfolio covers 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 ranging from 1-5 years in age. Building volume rights, totaling       
approximately 150,000 square meters is suitable for office space, will be       
transferred to the ownership of Technopolis Ülemiste.                           

The pro forma enterprise value of the company, Technopolis Ülemiste joint       
venture (to be founded) is estimated at 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 as  
of 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 Group's holding in Technopolis Ülemiste will be 51% and the         
remaining 49% will be owned by Estonian Smart City Group As through its         
subsidiary Ülemiste City As. Technopolis Ülemiste will have approximately a 10% 
share of the Tallinn office space market. The impact of the agreement on        
Technopolis Plc sales and earnings 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 final execution of the deal within the planned framework depends on the     
results of due diligence and joint venture financing procedures. Assuming these 
procedures are successfully concluded, the acquisition is can be completed in   
June-July 2010.                                                                 

Group Structure                                                                 

Technopolis Group comprises the parent company, Technopolis Plc, which has      
operations in Espoo, Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Lappeenranta, Oulu, Tampere,  
and Vantaa. Technopolis Group also includes the subsidiaries Innopoli Oy and    
Kiinteistö Oy Innopoli II, both wholly owned and both 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 a non-controlling interest in the affiliated companies   
Kiinteistö Oy Hermia (49.3%), 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 Oy in Espoo, wholly owned by       
Innopoli Oy. The subsidiaries Technopolis Ventures Lappeenranta Oy (100%),      
Technopolis Ventures Jyväskylä Oy (100%), Technopolis Ventures Oulu Oy (100%),  
Technopolis Ventures Professia Oy in Tampere (100%), and Technopolis Ventures   
Kuopio Oy (100%) were merged into with Technopolis Ventures Oy on February 28,  
2010. Technopolis Group has a 35% holding in Otaniemi Development Ltd.          

Major Investments and Development Projects                                      

Projects under construction on March 31, 2010:                                  
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|                | Area      | Gross-sqm | Meur    | Occupancy    | Due for    |
|                |           |           |         | rate March   | completion |
|                |           |           |         | 31, 2010     |            |
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| Yliopistonrinn | Tampere   | 19,200    | 33.6    | 94.0         | 4/2010     |
| e  Phase 1 (2) |           |           |         |              |            |
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| Pulkovo        | St.       | 24,100    | 52.3    | 11.7         | 6/2010     |
|   Phase 1 (3)  | Petersbur |           |         |              |            |
|                | g         |           |         |              |            |
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| Viestikatu     | Kuopio    | 13,400    | 9.6     | 80.4         | 9/2010     |
|  Phase 2 (4)   |           |           |         |              |            |
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(2)130 parking spaces in the building                                           
(3)Including land plot                                                          
(4)236 parking spaces in the building                                           

Construction of Phase 1 of the Technopolis Pulkovo center in St. Petersburg is  
proceeding according to plan. By the end of the period under review, a total of 
EUR 45.1 million had been committed to the operations in St. Petersburg.        

The market situation in St. Petersburg is still challenging, but the demand is  
reasonable. Negotiations continue with numerous potential customers for a       
significant amount of space. It is difficult to forecast when new leases will be
signed. In Russia, the normal market practice is to sign leases only upon       
completion of the projects. So far, 11,7 % of the premises of Phase one have    
been let, and the project is estimated to be completed in the summer of 2010.   

Projects approved by the Board of Directors:                                    

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|                             | Area    | Gross m2  | EUR        | Occupancy   |
|                             |         |           | million    | rate        |
|                             |         |           |            | 3/31/2010   |
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| Eye Center (5)              | Tampere | 5,450     | 14.2       | 100         |
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| Office facility (6)         | Tampere | 2,370     | 3.3        | 0           |
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(5) 21 parking spaces in the building                                           
(6) 5 parking spaces in the building                                            

Technopolis will build an Eye Center in the Finn-Medi area in Tampere for the   
Pirkanmaa Hospital District. Construction of the project object begins in May   
2010 and it is due for completion in November 2011.                             

In the same complex with the Eye Center will be buid an office facility intended
for multiple users. The extent of multi-user office section is approximately    
2,370 gross square meters.                                                      



Planned projects approved by the Board of Directors:                            
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|                             | Area    | Gross m2  | EUR        | Occupancy   |
|                             |         |           | million    | rate        |
|                             |         |           |            | 3/31/2010   |
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| Patient Hotel (7)           | Tampere | 7,060     | 14.8       | 100         |
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(7) 17 parking spaces in the building                                           

Technopolis is planning a Patient Hotel for Norlandia Care Oy in the Finn-Medi  
area in Tampere. The Patient Hotel will be constructed in the same complex as   
the Eye Center and the office facility.                                         

Technopolis Plc and Norlandia Care Oy have entered into a binding contract for  
the construction and project planning of the patient hotel, and signed a        
long-term lease. The extent of the patient hotel is around 7,060 gross square   
meters, including, a restaurant and 136 rooms. The final construction decision  
on the Patient Hotel will be made in spring 2010.                               

In addition to those 43 parking spaces to be built in Eye center, Patient Hotel 
and office section, an outdoor parking space of 129 vehicles will be            
constructed.                                                                    

In 2009, Technopolis launched an Enterprise Resource Planning system development
program as part of an overall program to boost its operational efficiency. The  
new MIS system was introduced after the first quarter at the beginning of April 
2010. The system supports efficient management decision making and agile daily  
routines of employees. The external cost of the development project amounted to 
EUR 1.3 million.                                                                

Financing                                                                       

With its current credit facilities Technopolis is able to finance all of its    
Board approved investments.  At the end of the period, Technopolis had EUR 213.0
million worth of untapped, binding credit facilities and cash of EUR 4.3 million
available. Withdrawal of available credit limit facilities, excluding commercial
papers, 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, as
a new instrument, EUR 31.6 million has been extended by the European Bank for   
Reconstruction and Development to Technopolis for Technopolis Pulkovo.          

Technopolis has a EUR 90 million domestic commercial paper program to allow it  
to manage its short-term liquidity. The program enables the company to issue    
commercial paper with maturities of less than one year. The commercial paper    
market has recovered and the value of commercial papers issued by Technopolis   
after the end of the reporting period totals EUR 15,7 million. Furthermore,     
Technopolis has a EUR 15.0 million checking account with an overdraft facility, 
of which EUR 3.6 million was in use at the end of the reporting period.         

The Group's net financial expenses totaled EUR 2.6 million (EUR 3.7 million).   
The Group's interest coverage ratio was 5.2 (2.4). The interest coverage ratio  
indicates the relation between EBITDA and accrual-based interest expenses.      

The Group's total assets were EUR 718.9 million (EUR 685.5 million), of which   
liabilities accounted for EUR 460.1 million (EUR 422.3 million). The Group's    
equity ratio was 36.2 % (38.6 %) The Group's net gearing was 150.1 % (133.8 %)  
at the end of the period. The Group's equity per share was EUR 4.51 (EUR 4.59). 

The Group's interest-bearing liabilities were EUR 392.8 million (EUR 362.5      
million) at the end of the reporting period. The average interest rate on       
interest-bearing liabilities was 1.98% (3.11%) on March 31, 2010. Of            
interest-bearing liabilities, 84.3% (75.5%) were floating rate loans and 15.7%  
(24.5%) were fixed rate loans at the end of the period. The average             
capital-weighted loan period was 10.1 years (10.4 years). After the end of the  
reporting period, the Group has began extending the interest rate fixing period 
of its loans by using interest rate swaps.                                      

The Group's loan to value, i.e. the ratio of interest-bearing liabilities to    
fair market values of investment properties and properties under construction   
was 58.7% (57.5%).                                                              

The Group has interest-bearing liabilities totaling EUR 354.2 million, of which 
a total of EUR 95.3 million contains equity ratio related covenants. A decline  
in the equity ratio may in these loans lead to higher interest rate margins or  
premature repayment. The margins of some loans and bank guarantees may rise as  
the equity ratio falls, as shown by the table below. Potential changes in the   
margins come into effect in accordance with the contractual provisions of each  
loan.                                                                           

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| Loan (L) or     | Margin  | Equity | Equity  | Equity  | Equity | Other      |
| bank guarantee  | % on    | ratio  | ratio   | ratio   | ratio  |            |
| (BG) principal, | March   | under  | under   | under   | under  |            |
| EUR million     | 31,     | 38%    | 35%     | 33%     | 30%    |            |
|                 | 2010    |        |         |         |        |            |
|                 |         |        |         |         |        |            |
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| 10.0(L)         | 0.82    |        |         |         | 0.85   |            |
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| 4.1(L)          | 0.65    |        |         | 0.70    | 1.00   |            |
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| 30.0(L)         | 1.50    |        |         | 1.75    | 2.00   | Margin may |
|                 |         |        |         |         |        | be changed |
|                 |         |        |         |         |        | or loan    |
|                 |         |        |         |         |        | terminated |
|                 |         |        |         |         |        | if equity  |
|                 |         |        |         |         |        | ratio is   |
|                 |         |        |         |         |        | under 30%  |
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| 1.2 (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)      | 0.8     | 0.9    | 1.0     | 1.5     |        |            |
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| 10.00 (BG)      | 0.8     | 0.9    | 1.0     | 1.5     |        |            |
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Bank guarantees in the amount of EUR 86.0 million have been given as a security 
for the EUR 84.3 million loans granted by the European Investment Bank. Of these
bank guarantees, EUR 31.0 million will expire by the end of 2013, and the plan  
is to extend them. The extension of these bank guarantees may result in         
increased loan margins.                                                         

During the 12-month period following the period under review, EUR 35.6 million  
of the existing interest-bearing loans will mature.                             
                                                                                
Financing for the duration of the construction project in Russia has been       
arranged through funding by the parent company and is converted into long-term  
loans and shareholders' equity in compliance with the thin-capitalization       
regulations in effect in Russia.                                                

Organization and Personnel                                                      

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

The Technopolis Group management team for 2010 was changed on February 10, 2010,
to facilitate the company's growth targets for the next years. Helsinki         
Metropolitan Area Director Marko Järvinen joined the management team as a new   
member. He is Master of Science in Engineering and served, for instance, Mercuri
International as a consultant in corporate personnel development duties and has 
hold various domestic and international sales positions. He joined the company  
in 2006.                                                                        

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 generate net sales or earnings, 
and its costs are included in the expenses of the Group administration.         

Technopolis Plc complies with the Finnish Corporate Governance Code issued by   
the Securities Market Association on October 20, 2008. The Code took effect on  
January 1, 2009. The corporate governance statement was issued on January 29,   
2010, and is available on the corporate websites at www.technopolis.fi/for      
investors.                                                                      
                                                                                
The Group employed, on average, 129 (153) people during the period. Facilities  
operations employed 61 (58) people, Business Service 35 (34) people and         
Development Services 33 (61) people. The total number of Group personnel was 129
(153) at the end of the reporting period.                                       

Technopolis reorganized its development service operations during the last      
quarter of 2009. In connection with this, nearly all publicly funded and        
non-profit development programs in Espoo, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Lappeenranta, and  
Oulu were transferred to local partners as of January 1, 2010. As a result, 16  
employees were transferred to local cooperation partners and nine employees     
resigned or dismissed.                                                          

As part of the reorganization of development services, local Technopolis        
Ventures companies were merged with their parent company Technopolis Ventures   
Plc on February 28, 2010. Technopolis Ventures Plc employed 23 people at the end
of the reporting period.                                                        

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 per share as proposed by the Board. The 
dividend was to be paid to those shareholders who were registered in the        
shareholders' register held by Euroclear Finland Ltd. on the record date, March 
31, 2010. 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 the 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        
corporate websites.                                                             

The number of Board members was confirmed six. Teija Andersen, Pertti Huuskonen,
Pekka Korhonen, Matti Pennanen, Timo Ritakallio, and Erkki Veikkolainen were    
elected to the Board for a term that ends when the next Annual General Meeting  
concludes. Pertti Huuskonen was elected full-time Chairman of the Board and     
Matti Pennanen was elected Deputy Chairman of the Board for the same term.      

The AGM decided to pay compensation to Pertti Huuskonen for a period that       
begins, as of the conclusion of the 2010 AGM and ends, when the following AGM   
concludes in accordance with the decision made by the AGM on March 26, 2009, and
in accordance with a further agreement which was signed for the purpose of      
continuing the compensation agreement made with Mr. Huuskonen. The monetary     
compensation payable to Mr. Huuskonen will be EUR 339,000 per year. The notice  
of the AGM presents detailed information on the compensation.                   
                                                                                
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 a Board member. The
Board members will be paid an additional EUR 600 per meeting as an attendance   
fee for their participation in the meetings of the Board or its committees.     
Board members' travel expenses will be compensated for in accordance with the   
company's travel compensation regulations.                                      

Concerning annual remuneration, 50% is paid in the form of shares of Technopolis
Plc, which are purchased from the market. The shares will be purchased in the   
course of three weeks from the date when the interim report covering January 1  
to March 31, 2010, was published on April 29, 2010. Board members are not       
allowed to transfer their shares obtained as an annual remuneration before their
membership in the Board has ended.                                              

KPMG Oy Ab, a member of the Finnish Institute of Authorized Public Accountants, 
was appointed as the Group's auditor. Tapio Raappana, APA, acts as its          
auditor-in-charge.                                                              

Stock-related Events and Authorizations Granted to the Board by AGM             

The total share capital of the company is currently EUR 96,913,626.29 and the   
number of shares outstanding is 57,345,341. The shares are of the same type and 
each share entitles its holder to one vote in the AGM.                          

Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company notified 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%. The company has not received any other notices caused by changes in     
holdings during the reporting period.                                           

The AGM held its meeting on March 26, 2010, but its agenda did not contain any  
share related authorizations to the Board. The AGM, which was held the year     
before on March 26, 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 on March 26, 2009,
to introduce a performance share plan for key persons in Technopolis Group.     

The total of its own shares that the company can acquire can be no more than    
5,700,000, which accounts for around 9.94% of all the shares issued by the      
company. The authorization to purchase the company's own shares replaces the    
authorization granted by the AGM on March 27, 2008. The authorization is valid  
until September 26, 2010.                                                       

On March 26, 2009, the AGM also authorized the Board to decide on share issues  
as well as the granting of options and other special rights that provide        
entitlements to shares as referred to in Chapter 10, section 1, of the Companies
Act as follows. The total of own shares to be acquired by virtue of the         
authorization can be no more than 11,400,000, which accounts for around 19.88%  
of all the issued shares of the company. This authorization replaces the        
authorizations granted by the Meeting of November 29, 2007, and by the AGM of   
March 27, 2008, entitled the Board to decide on share issues and on the granting
of special rights that give entitlements to shares. The authorization is valid  
until March 26, 2012.                                                           

Furthermore, the AGM decided on March 26, 2009, to adopt a performance share    
incentive plan for key persons in the Technopolis Group. Maximum rewards payable
under the plan correspond to the value of approximately 800,000 Technopolis Plc 
shares (including the portion payable in cash), with a nominal dilution effect  
of 1.4 %.                                                                       

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 in interest rate risk management is to mitigate the negative      
impact of market interest 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 against 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.                                                                        

At the end of the period, the structure of the Technopolis loan portfolio was   
such that a change of one percentage point in the money market rates would      
change interest rate costs by EUR 2.3 million per annum.                        

As a result of the interest rate risk related to loans, a policy of diversifying
the interest bases is being followed. On March 31, 2010, 17.4 % of the company's
interest-bearing liabilities were tied to the Euribor rate with a maturity of   
less than three months, and 66.9 % were tied to the Euribor rate with a maturity
of 3-12 months. Of interest-bearing liabilities, 15.7% were fixed rate loans    
with a maturity of 13-60 months.                                                

The objective of refinancing risk management is to ensure that the Group loan   
portfolio is sufficiently diversified with regard to repayment schedules and    
financing instruments. The capital-weighted outstanding loan repayment period of
interest-bearing liabilities was 10.1 years. In order to manage financing risk, 
Technopolis diversifies the risk over a wide range of financiers, uses a wide   
variety of financing instruments, and maintains a high degree of solvency.      

Extended uncertainty on financial markets may affect the availability of growth 
funding and refinancing potential as well as loan margins in the future.        

The difference between Russian and Finnish legislation and administrative       
practices may cause risks. If premises cannot be leased as planned, the Pulkovo 
technology center will pose a financial risk to the Group. Once completed,      
Pulkovo will represent around 7 % of the total fair market value of the Group's 
investment properties. 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 rate between the Russian ruble and the euro may    
affect 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 financial income and expenses depending on the nature of  
the transaction.                                                                

If prolonged, the deteriorating economic conditions may have an unfavorable     
impact on the operations of the company's clients and the Group.                

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 sectors, and the public sector. As part 
of customer risk management, Technopolis' leases include lease deposit          
arrangements. All properties are covered by full value insurance.               

The Group's property portfolio is geographically diversified among Oulu,        
Helsinki Metropolitan, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Lappeenranta, and Tampere regions, as 
well as St. Petersburg, Russia. No single client accounts for more than 9 % of  
the Group's net sales. The Group has a total of some 1,190 clients operating in 
many different sectors.                                                         

The company's leases fall into two groups: fixed-term and open-ended. The       
company aims to use both types of leases, depending on the market situation, the
property, and the tenant's sector.                                              

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 185,800 (200,720 on March 31, 2009) square meters of allocated    
space, equaling 45% (50%) of the total area in the entire property portfolio.   
The notice period for these agreements is broken down as shown in the table     
below:                                                                          
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|               | March 31, 2010               | March 31, 2009                |
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| Notice period | Allocated  | % of lease      | Allocate    | % of lease      |
| months        | sqm        | stock           | sqm         | stock           |
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| 0-3           | 19,345     | 10              | 18,139      | 9               |
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| 3-6           | 44,121     | 24              | 49,577      | 25              |
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| 6-9           | 91,591     | 49              | 96,574      | 48              |
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| 9-12          | 30,768     | 17              | 36,430      | 18              |
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| Total         | 185,824    | 100             | 200,720     | 100             |
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The average lease term was 21 (23) months at the end of the period.             

Declining financial occupancy rate may decrease rental and service revenue and  
earnings, as well as reduce the fair market value of investment properties and  
hence the equity ratio. The current lease structure allows customers to flexibly
adjust the space they need as their business needs change. The flexibility of   
the lease structure may pose a risk to the Group but it is an essential part of 
the Technopolis service concept. The company has solid long-term experience and 
expertise in employing this business model under variety of economic conditions.

In new construction projects, Technopolis focuses on quality specifications as  
well as the management of the property's entire lifecycle. In the design phase, 
due consideration is given to the maintenance and repair requirements of the    
property to implement environmentally sustainable solutions, for instance, in   
energy consumption, the adaptability of office facilities and their recycling   
potential. When properties are purchased, Technopolis carries out standard      
property and environmental audits before its final commitment to the            
transaction.                                                                    

Changes in market yields may have a significant effect on the financial         
performance of the company through the fair market value of investment          
properties. As market yields increase, the fair market value of the properties  
decrease. Conversely, as the market yields decrease, the fair market value of   
properties increase. The changes in value have either a decreasing or increasing
impact on the company'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 management of Technopolis estimates that the turning point of the economic  
recession was reached during the last quarter of last year and that a recovery  
is now under way. In spite of this recovery, 2010 is still marked by            
uncertainty, which could have an impact on the development of the company's net 
sales and EBITDA.                                                               

The company will continue with measures that are aimed at safeguarding          
profitability, even under difficult economic conditions. The Group's management 
has estimated that in 2010 net sales will grow 0-2 % and that EBITDA in 2010    
will remain at the 2009 level. The earnings forecast does not include the impact
of the acquisition in Estonia because the closing schedule of the acquisition is
still open.                                                                     

According to its strategy, Technopolis aims to operate in the best knowledge    
-intensive cities in Finland, Russia and two or three other countries by 2014.  
The Group aims to increase net sales by annual average of 10%. The goal is that 
25% of the net sales will be generated outside of Finland by 2014. Growth is to 
be generated through both organic expansion and acquisition. The Group's minimum
equity ratio target is 35%.                                                     

Technopolis is considering the execution of a directed share issue aimed at     
domestic and international investors during the current year in order to fund   
the Technopolis Ülemiste acquisition, as well as other growth projects. The     
preliminary plan calls for a share issue totaling not more than 10 % of the     
company's outstanding stock.                                                    

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


Oulu, April 29, 2010                                                            

TECHNOPOLIS PLC                                                                 
Board of Directors                                                              


Keith Silverang                                                                 
CEO                                                                             

Additional information:                                                         
Keith Silverang, Phone +358 40 566 7785                                         


Technopolis has an online bulletin service. Bulletins can be ordered via Web    
page https://www.technopolis.fi/for_investors/releases_service. You will receive 
our bulletins by email on a regular basis.                                      

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 COMPREHENSIVE   | 1-3/     | 1-3/     | 1-12/     |             |
| INCOME                       |          |          |           |             |
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| Currency unit: EUR million   | 2010     | 2009     | 2009      |             |
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| Net sales                    | 19.37    | 19.40    | 76.40     |             |
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| Other operating income 1)    | 0.33     | 0.47     | 2.43      |             |
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| Other operating expenses     | -9.69    | -9.93    | -38.86    |             |
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| Change in fair value of      | 0.46     | -14.04   | -37.13    |             |
| investment properties        |          |          |           |             |
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| Depreciation                 | -0.16    | -0.13    | -0.52     |             |
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| Operating profit/loss        | 10.31    | -4.22    | 2.31      |             |
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| Finance income and expenses  | -2.55    | -3.69    | -11.76    |             |
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| Result before taxes          | 7.75     | -7.91    | -9.45     |             |
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| Income taxes                 | -2.43    | 2.15     | 1.95      |             |
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| Net result for the period    | 5.32     | -5.76    | -7.50     |             |
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| Other comprehensive income   |          |          |           |             |
| items                        |          |          |           |             |
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| Available-for-sale financial | 0.01     | 0.00     | 0.08      |             |
| assets                       |          |          |           |             |
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| Taxes related to other       | 0.00     | 0.00     | -0.02     |             |
| comprehensive income items   |          |          |           |             |
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| Other comprehensive income   | 0.01     | 0.00     | 0.06      |             |
| items after taxes for the    |          |          |           |             |
| period                       |          |          |           |             |
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| Comprehensive income for the | 5.33     | -5.76    | -7.44     |             |
| period, total                |          |          |           |             |
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| Distribution of profit for   |          |          |           |             |
| the period:                  |          |          |           |             |
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| To parent company            | 5.32     | -5.74    | -7.44     |             |
| shareholders                 |          |          |           |             |
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| To non-controlling           | 0.00     | -0.02    | -0.05     |             |
| shareholders                 |          |          |           |             |
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|                              | 5.32     | -5.76    | -7.50     |             |
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| Distribution of              |          |          |           |             |
| comprehensive income for the |          |          |           |             |
| period:                      |          |          |           |             |
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| To parent company            | 5.33     | -5.74    | -7.38     |             |
| shareholders                 |          |          |           |             |
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| To non-controlling           | 0.00     | -0.02    | -0.05     |             |
| shareholders                 |          |          |           |             |
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|                              | 5.33     | -5.76    | -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)  | 0.09     | -0.10    | -0.13     |    |        |
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| Earnings/share, adjusted for | 0.09     | -0.10    | -0.13     |    |        |
| dilutive effect (EUR)        |          |          |           |    |        |
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| STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION, ASSETS                        |    |        |
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| Currency unit: EUR million   | 3/31/201 | 3/31/200 | 12/31/200 |    |        |
|                              | 0        | 9        | 9         |    |        |
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| Non-current assets           |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Intangible assets            | 3.63     | 1.98     | 2.81      |    |        |
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| Tangible assets              | 71.41    | 50.48    | 62.79     |    |        |
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| Investment property          | 600.13   | 582.04   | 596.73    |    |        |
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| Investments                  | 25.56    | 26.40    | 25.61     |    |        |
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| Deferred tax assets          | 2.78     | 2.46     | 2.81      |    |        |
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| Non-current assets           | 703.51   | 663.36   | 690.75    |    |        |
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| Current assets               | 15.40    | 22.10    | 15.34     |    |        |
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| Assets, total                | 718.91   | 685.46   | 706.09    |    |        |
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| STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION,                               |    |        |
| 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                  | 63.95    | 63.82    | 63.94     |    |        |
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| Other shareholders' equity   | 0.21     | 0.13     | 0.65      |    |        |
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| Retained earnings            | 73.82    | 89.28    | 89.21     |    |        |
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| Net result for the period    | 5.32     | -5.74    | -7.44     |    |        |
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| Parent company's             | 258.77   | 262.96   | 261.83    |    |        |
| shareholders' interests      |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Non-controlling interests    | 0.01     | 0.24     | 0.01      |    |        |
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| Shareholders' equity, total  | 258.78   | 263.20   | 261.84    |    |        |
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| Liabilities                  |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Non-current liabilities      |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities | 357.13   | 343.68   | 360.67    |    |        |
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| Non-interest-bearing         | 1.23     | 1.35     | 1.25      |    |        |
| liabilities                  |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Deferred tax liabilities     | 33.79    | 35.56    | 32.62     |    |        |
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| Non-current liabilities,     | 392.15   | 380.58   | 394.55    |    |        |
| total                        |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Current liabilities          |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities | 35.63    | 18.87    | 28.03     |    |        |
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| Non-interest-bearing         | 32.35    | 22.81    | 21.67     |    |        |
| liabilities                  |          |          |           |    |        |
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| Current liabilities, total   | 67.98    | 41.68    | 49.70     |    |        |
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| Liabilities, total           | 460.13   | 422.26   | 444.25    |    |        |
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| Shareholders' equity and     | 718.91   | 685.46   | 706.09    |    |        |
| liabilities, total           |          |          |           |    |        |
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| CASH FLOW STATEMENT             | 1-3/         | 1-3/         | 1-12/        |
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| Currency unit: EUR million      | 2010         | 2009         | 2009         |
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| Cash flow from operating        |              |              |              |
| activities                      |              |              |              |
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| Net profit for the period       | 5.32         | -5.76        | -7.50        |
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| Adjustments:                    |              |              |              |
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|  Change in fair value of        | -0.46        | 14.04        | 37.13        |
|  investment properties          |              |              |              |
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|  Depreciation                   | 0.16         | 0.13         | 0.52         |
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| Other adjustments for non-cash  | 0.01         | 0.00         | -0.01        |
|  transactions                   |              |              |              |
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|  Interest and other financial   | -0.01        | 0.13         | 0.67         |
|  expenses                       |              |              |              |
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|  Interest income                | 2.54         | 3.69         | 11.77        |
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|  Dividend yield                 | 2.43         | -2.15        | -1.95        |
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|  Taxes                          | 0.78         | 1.79         | 1.85         |
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| Increase / decrease in working  | 0.07         | 0.26         | 0.57         |
| capital                         |              |              |              |
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| Interest received               |              | 0.00         | 0.01         |
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| Dividends received              | -2.34        | -4.84        | -10.54       |
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| Interest paid and fees          | -0.90        | -0.63        | -1.74        |
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| Taxes paid                      | -0.46        | -0.63        | -1.79        |
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| Net cash from operations        | 7.15         | 6.03         | 28.99        |
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| Cash flow from investing        |              |              |              |
| activities                      |              |              |              |
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| Investments in other securities | -0.26        | -0.02        | -0.02        |
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| Investments in investment       | -9.57        | -15.19       | -62.96       |
| properties                      |              |              |              |
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| Investments in tangible and     | -0.71        | -0.03        | -1.05        |
| intangible assets               |              |              |              |
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| Repayments of loan receivables  | 0.09         | 0.26         | 1.06         |
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| Gains from disposals of other   | 0.00         |              | 0.01         |
| investments                     |              |              |              |
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| Acquisition of subsidiaries     |              |              | -0.21        |
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| Net cash used in investing      | -10.45       | -14.97       | -63.17       |
| activities                      |              |              |              |
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| Cash flow from financing        |              |              |              |
| activities                      |              |              |              |
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| Increase in long-term loans     | 10.00        | 22.10        | 58.41        |
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| Decrease in long-term loans     | -6.97        | -8.24        | -15.98       |
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| Dividends paid                  |              |              | -6.88        |
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| Paid share issue                |              |              |              |
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| Repayments of capital leasing   | 0.03         | -1.58        | -4.00        |
| receivables                     |              |              |              |
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| Change in short-term loans      | 3.07         | 12.28        | 31.55        |
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| Net cash from financing         |              |              |              |
| activities                      |              |              |              |
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| Net increase/decrease in cash   | -0.23        | 3.34         | -2.63        |
| assets                          |              |              |              |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at    | 4.52         | 7.15         | 7.15         |
| period-start                    |              |              |              |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at    | 4.28         | 10.48        | 4.52         |
| period-end                      |              |              |              |
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| STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY            |          |           |           |
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| Currency      | Share   | Premium | Other | Retained | Non-contr | Share-hol |
| unit: EUR     | capital | fund    | funds | earnings | ol-ling   | ders'     |
| million       |         |         |       |          | sharehold | equity    |
|               |         |         |       |          | ers       |           |
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| EQUITY        | 96.91   | 18.55   | 63.82 | 96.16    | 0.26      | 275.70    |
| Dec 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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| Comprehensive |         |         | 0.00  | -5.74    | -0.02     | -5.76     |
| income for    |         |         |       |          |           |           |
| the period    |         |         |       |          |           |           |
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| Other changes |         |         |       | 0.13     |           | 0.13      |
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| EQUITY        | 96.91   | 18.55   | 63.82 | 83.67    | 0.24      | 263.20    |
| March 31,     |         |         |       |          |           |           |
| 2009          |         |         |       |          |           |           |
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| EQUITY        | 96.91   | 18.55   | 63.94 | 82.42    | 0.01      | 261.84    |
| Dec 31, 2009  |         |         |       |          |           |           |
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| Dividend      |         |         |       | -8.60    |           | -8.60     |
| distribution  |         |         |       |          |           |           |
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| Comprehensive |         |         | 0.01  | 5.32     | 0.00      | 5.33      |
| income for    |         |         |       |          |           |           |
| the period    |         |         |       |          |           |           |
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| Other changes |         |         |       | 0.21     |           | 0.21      |
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| EQUITY        | 96.91   | 18.55   | 63.95 | 79.35    | 0.01      | 258.78    |
| March 31,     |         |         |       |          |           |           |
| 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                   | 1-3/       | 1-3/       | 1-12/      |
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| Currency unit: EUR million            | 2010       | 2009       | 2009       |
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| Net sales                             |            |            |            |
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|   Finland                             | 19.04      | 19.34      | 76.13      |
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|   Russia                              | 0.33       | 0.06       | 0.34       |
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|   Unallocated                         | 0.00       | 0.00       | -0.06      |
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| Total                                 | 19.37      | 19.40      | 76.40      |
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| EBITDA                                |            |            |            |
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|   Finland                             | 10.27      | 10.94      | 43.81      |
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|   Russia                              | -0.03      | -0.15      | -0.43      |
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|   Unallocated                         | -0.23      | -0.84      | -3.41      |
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| Total                                 | 10.01      | 9.95       | 39.97      |
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| Assets                                |            |            |            |
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|   Finland                             | 705.55     | 678.02     | 691.46     |
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|   Russia                              | 45.07      | 20.93      | 38.41      |
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|   Eliminations                        | -31.71     | -13.49     | -23.78     |
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| Total                                 | 718.91     | 685.46     | 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                   | 1-3/       | 1-3/            | 1-12/       |
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| Currency unit: EUR million      | 2010       | 2009            | 2009        |
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| Net sales                       | 19.37      | 19.40           | 76.40       |
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| Other operating income          | 0.26       | 0.46            | 2.24        |
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| Other operating expenses        | -9.69      | -9.93           | -38.86      |
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| Operating profit/loss           | -0.16      | -0.13           | -0.52       |
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| Finance income and expenses,    | 9.78       | 9.81            | 39.26       |
| total                           |            |                 |             |
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| Result before taxes             | -1.95      | -3.49           | -9.75       |
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| Taxes for direct result items   | 7.82       | 6.32            | 29.51       |
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| Non-controlling interests       | -2.47      | -1.50           | -7.91       |
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| Direct result for the period    |            | 0.02            | 0.05        |
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| Direct result for the period    | 5.35       | 4.83            | 21.66       |
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| INDIRECT RESULT                 |            |                 |             |
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| Non-recurring items             | 0.07       | 0.01            | 0.18        |
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| Change in fair value of         | 0.46       | -14.04          | -37.13      |
| investment properties           |            |                 |             |
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| Operating profit/loss           | 0.53       | -14.03          | -36.95      |
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| Change in fair value of         | -0.60      | -0.19           | -2.01       |
| financial instruments           |            |                 |             |
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| Result before taxes             | -0.07      | -14.22          | -38.96      |
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| Taxes for indirect result items | 0.03       | 3.65            | 9.86        |
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| Indirect result for the period  | -0.04      | -10.57          | -29.10      |
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| Result for the period to the    | 5.32       | -5.74           | -7.44       |
| parent company shareholders,    |            |                 |             |
| total                           |            |                 |             |
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| Earning per share, diluted   |                   |             |             |
| *)                           |                   |             |             |
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| From direct result           | 0.09              | 0.08        | 0.38        |
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| From indirect result         | 0.00              | -0.18       | -0.51       |
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| From net result for the      | 0.09              | -0.10       | -0.13       |
| period                       |                   |             |             |
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*)Earnings per share calculated according to EPRA's instructions.               

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| KEY INDICATORS                   | 1-3/        | 1-3/         | 1-12/        |
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|                                  | 2010        | 2009         | 2009         |
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| Change in net sales, %           | -0.1        | 18.4         | 5.3          |
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| Operating profit/loss / net      | 53.2        | -21.8        | 3.0          |
| sales, %                         |             |              |              |
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| Interest coverage ratio          | 5.2         | 2.4          | 3.8          |
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| Equity ratio, %                  | 36.2        | 38.6         | 37.3         |
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| Loan to value, %                 | 58.7        | 57.5         | 59.1         |
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| Group company personnel during   | 129         | 153          | 152          |
| the period, average              |             |              |              |
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| Gross expenditure on assets,     | 12 392      | 14 714       | 66 029       |
| EUR 1,000                        |             |              |              |
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| Net rental revenue of investment | 7.8         | 7.7          | 7.6          |
| properties, % 2)                 |             |              |              |
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| Financial occupancy rate, %      | 94.0        | 95.7         | 94.4         |
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| Earnings/share                   |             |              |              |
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| basic, EUR                       | 0.09        | -0.10        | -0.13        |
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| diluted, EUR                     | 0.09        | -0.10        | -0.13        |
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| Equity/share, EUR                | 4.51        | 4.59         | 4.57         |
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| Average issue-adjusted number of |             |              |              |
| shares                           |             |              |              |
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| basic                            | 57 345 341  | 57 345 341   | 57 345 341   |
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| diluted                          | 57 483 297  | 57 345 341   | 57 345 341   |
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| CONTINGENT LIABILITIES         |               |              |              |
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| Currency unit: EUR million     | 3/31/2010     | 3/31/2009    | 12/31/2009   |
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| Pledges and guarantees on own  |               |              |              |
| debt                           |               |              |              |
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| Mortgages of properties        | 353.9         | 328.0        | 353.9        |
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| Book value of pledged          | 164.6         | 160.4        | 162.1        |
| securities                     |               |              |              |
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| Other guarantee liabilities    | 12.6          | 13.2         | 12.7         |
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| Collateral given on behalf of  | 0.5           | 0.5          | 0.5          |
| associates                     |               |              |              |
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| Leasing liabilities, machinery | 2.20          | 1.36         | 2.21         |
| and equipment                  |               |              |              |
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| Project liabilities            | 0.15          | 0.16         | 0.15         |
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| Interest rate and currency     |               |              |              |
| swaps                          |               |              |              |
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| Nominal values                 | 75.0          | 111.06       | 107.7        |
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| Fair values                    | -1.15         | 0.44         | -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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