At some point in the future, when China paranoia is a distant memory, E-Future will receive a valuation of at least 2-3x sales if not considerably more.
Right now at 2x sales, E-Future is a $13.50 company. At 3x sales, it's a $20.00 company.
If E-Future is able to grow at 25% next year, which they should given the contract growth in 2012, you can knock up those P/S ratio-valuations by 25%. Fair value next year should be $16.00-$24.00, but somehow I expect investors will be too scared to bid the price up that high - even though that's not a very aggressive price to estimate.