It is certainly possible given the current under valuation. We've heard from others on this board based on sales in comparison with other companies in the same or similar business that 5x or 6x sales is the norm. If priced at a similar multiple of sales then with improving Chinese economy and some good news such as more major contracts 20 is not out of the question.
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.