'The Company expects to publish its fourth quarter 2008 financial results as well as its 2008 audited annual results, together with the filing of its annual report on Form 20-F with the Securities and Exchange Commission, in June 2009. The publication and filing will be followed by a conference call with investors. The timing of the conference call will be announced separately.'
They're of course not required to provide any results except for the annual F-20 due six months after the end of year, ie- June 30th. But given the consistency with which they've always reported quarterly results one is left to wonder what they are they hiding as long as they can? Just how bad are the books?