SOURCE: NewMarket Latin America

March 25, 2008 09:54 ET

NewMarket Latin America, Inc. Announces UniOne's Oracle Hyperion Project for Chile Ministry of Education

CEO Recently Interviewed on Wallst.net Discussing $30 Million Revenue Goal for 2008 and More Than $20 Million in Profitable Revenue From Operations in 2007

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - March 25, 2008) - NewMarket Latin America, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NLAI) today announced that UniOne (www.unione.cl) recently completed an Oracle Hyperion project for the Chile Ministry of Education. UniOne is in the process of being consolidated into NewMarket Latin America. The UniOne project included work with Oracle's Hyperion Performance Scorecard, Hyperion Application Link, Hyperion Analyzer, Hyperion Intelligence, and Hyperion Integration Services. UniOne is an Oracle partner and the project has been highlighted locally in Chile at http://web.tercera.cl/medio/articulo/0,0,3255_255243945_332062871,00.html.

NewMarket Latin America is in the process of consolidating UniOne into the Company and being brought current with its reporting requirements in order to move back to the OTCBB. NewMarket Latin America is a U.S.-based company headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with operations being consolidated into the Company throughout Latin America, to make it a premier business intelligence and systems integration firm, representing technologies from leaders such as Microsoft and Oracle, which recently acquired Hyperion. UniOne has major customers, both U.S.-based and regionally based, in various sectors such as Oil and Gas, Consumer Products, Financial Services, and Pharmaceuticals. Customers also include Brasil Telecom, Avon, DHL and others. A more extensive list of clients can be found at http://www.unione.com.br/clientes.asp.

CEO Aubrey Brown Recently Interviewed by Wallst.net

Company CEO Aubrey Brown interviewed with WallSt.net Friday, February 29. In the interview, Mr. Brown discussed the company's business plan to report an anticipated $30 million in profitable revenue in 2008. Aubrey Brown is the president of a company headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with operations in Chile and throughout South America that achieved over $20 million in revenue in 2007. Additionally, organic sales growth for that company has exceeded 20% annually for the last two years. Mr. Brown is currently managing the consolidation of that company into NewMarket Latin America and anticipates completing that consolidation shortly after completing an audit of the operations to be consolidated. That audit is underway and scheduled to be completed by March 31, 2008.

To hear the interview in its entirety, go to http://www.wallst.net/audio/audio.php?ticker=NLAI&id=4533.

To be added to NewMarket Latin America's corporate e-mail list for shareholders and interested investors, please send an e-mail to ir@newmarketlatinamerica.com.

About NewMarket Latin America, Inc. (www.newmarketlatinamerica.com)

NewMarket Latin America provides world-class systems integration services through relationships with Hyperion, Oracle, SAP, SSA Global, Microsoft and many more. NewMarket Latin America has major customers in various sectors such as Oil and Gas, Consumer Products, Financial Services, and Pharmaceuticals Industries.

NewMarket Latin America deliver solutions to regional customers in addition to specializing in helping US clients expand their businesses and operations into one of the fastest growing economic regions in the world. NewMarket Latin America has offices and operations throughout Latin America.

NewMarket Latin America also identifies emerging technologies developed within the region and brings those latest technologies to market worldwide. These innovations help clients grow their businesses and gain a new competitive advantage.

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