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Exchange _OTC:BB
Company Name: Carnegie International Corp
Bid .51
Ask .59
Close .593
52 - High: 2.12
Low : .25
Street/Suite, ___________________________________________________
City/State, _____________________________________________________
Phone: 1-410-902-7105
Fax : 1-410-902-7100
Average Volume: 29.9K
Contact person; __Lowell Farkas
Position: President &CEO
Description of Business; Carnegie International Corp. is a holding company. which presently has two subsidiaries operating in two separate and distinct industries (financial
tansactions and specialty consumer products).

Shares Issued 37M
Insider 13.16M (restricted for 2 year (Reg 144-S), then only orderly sale (no more than 1%/month)
Investor _4.5M
Certificated 19.34M (used to buy 2 new companies) (restricted for 1 year) (starting 10/97)
Float : 4.5M
Earnings-Per-Share _Projected 1998 .20
PE Ratio _based on FY98 earnings: 2.95
Transfer Agent: United Transfer/Colorado Phone# ______________
Contact ______________________
Forecast: The consolidated post tax earnings for Carnegie are projected as follows:
1997 $1,635,200; 1998 $5,643,800; 1999 $15,064,200.
Recent News: _ (1)Purchased 100% of the shares of PTT (Europe, Ltd.) and Talidan Ltd., Carnegie estimates that the combined companies will have earnings of five times Carnegie's 1996 earnings.
(2)Carnegie International Corp.'s newly acquired subsidiary, Talidan Limited, announced Thursday its new ''Pay As You Go'' Internet billing option which will revolutionize the way on-line information and entertainment services are marketed. ''Billing remains the
major problem for content providers,'' said Redfern. ''In many circumstances, potential customers are reluctant to subscribe for access to information via credit card, preferring our 'pay-as-you-go' option settled via the telephone bill option. Any internet server can be easily modified to benefit from Talidan's billing option
Developments: (1) Holding company Carnegie International Corp said Tuesday it boosted its 1998 earnings projection to $0.20 per share from $0.154 as one of its units will bring in additional income
(2)Carnegie said in a statement that it expected its subsidiary Talidan Ltd ''Pay As You Go'' Internet billing service to add $1.9 million in earnings next year.

Market-makers: 7__
Sec filing__First Quarter 1998 will start voluntary reporting___________________________________
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PTT is a world leader in the field of interactive voice response with a clear edge in the
use of voice recognition via telephone. PTT has proprietary, patented software using the
spoken word with no need of touch tone to provide business to business services including on-line ordering, information lines, wage and tax calculation, automated receptionist and inventory control. The company has agreements in place with such companies as Torch Telecommunications, ISS International, Cadbury Schweppes,
Unilever, and Mars-Nestle.

Talidan Ltd. is a highly successful and profitable privately owned telecommunications company with its core business in South America and other emerging markets including Russia. Talidan has been contracted to develop a Russian ATM system by the Institute of Automated Systems (IAS) the premier data communications company of Russia with an exclusive marketing agreement with MCI and BT for all Concert services.

This will allow them to be the only company worldwide able to offer telephone answering, payroll recording, ordering, inventory control and billing, as well as credit card authorization and service using voice recognition..

On-line providers wishing to offer both credit card and ''pay-as-you-go'' payment options are well catered by Carnegie, who offers full clearance facilities through its Electronic
Card Acceptance Corp. (ECAC) subsidiary.

Carnegie is preparing for Talidan to expand its operations by adapting their product to suit local pay per call billing systems in European and South American markets.