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John Marry
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John Marry   6/27/2013 9:56:40 AM
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I really appreciate your nicely written. interesting Sharp story. I am impressed with Sharp as it has partnership with Foxconn and has its headquarters in Osaka and offices in Tokyo. Regards, http://www.firstworldmortgage.com

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LisaBrown   3/11/2013 8:06:34 AM
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My opinion and attitude towar reverse mortgages was developed during that period mentioned above when it had a lot of negatives attached to the idea. It seemed that people were being ripped off somehow and ended up loosing their homes. This kinda soured me on the entire idea for many years. Now it has become fashionable again and have little to no risk involved of loosing ones fixed asset, the home, which is most important to everyone who has one. No risk can be associated with owning your own home, when it comes to getting a loan through a financial institution, which are among the most corrupt institutitons in the entire free world. http://northenloans.ca/short-term-loans.html

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eewiz   9/7/2012 4:01:40 PM
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SO with 1.8 B in hand sharp has enough time to renegotiate a deal with Foxcon?

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agk   9/7/2012 12:17:53 PM
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If Sharp has real good plans that they will be able to pay the interest plus principal amount then this a good idea to mortgage and continue their working efficiently. And not just for keep going.

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krisi   9/6/2012 8:20:17 PM
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I am used to hear about mortgaging the house not the factories...interesting Sharp story...thank you Peter!



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