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    Axon posted a disasterous loss of U.S$10m last calendar year.

    Its shareholder update of December 2002 said they would inititate R&D constraints and shed some staff to save U.S$4M in this calender year.

    Well, by simple arithmetic, Axon was still staring at a U.S$6m deficit.

    The only way that they could be running at breakeven, as disclosed in their response to the stock exchange today, is if they have posted a pretty impressive growth in sales.

    Break even is boring, but growth, especially at this low market cap, is attractive.

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