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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Announces Partnership with NutraFuels, Inc.

April 19, 2017

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services, this morning announced its entry into a partnership agent sales agreement with NutraFuels, Inc. (OTC: NTFU), a manufacturer and distributor of naturally-derived, liquid-based health and wellness nutraceutical products. Under the terms of the agreement, CD International will market NutraFuels’ available product lines to the global Chinese-speaking population.

Founded in 2010, NutraFuels currently manufactures a range of nutritional products, including five unique oral spray daily health and wellness products containing industrial hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD). These supplements have been shown to support various daily health and wellness goals, including weight loss, stress relief, improved energy and focus, better sleep and lasting pain relief.

“We are pleased to bring one of the best CBD-based products in the U.S. to the Chinese population,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CD International, stated in this morning’s news release. “We believe that NutraFuels’ intra-oral spray delivery system is highly effective and it allows for optimal absorption of CBD into the human body. China has a global consumer base of 2 billion people, representing more than 20% of the world’s total population, and consisting of consumers that predominantly embrace homeopathic and natural remedies. We are confident that the newly emerging CBD market in China represents great potential for our Company and its investor.”

This morning’s update comes just a week after CD International announced the launch of its newly-formed Green Products Distribution, Inc. subsidiary and online store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd) in line with its ongoing initiative to distribute CBD-based products in Chinese-speaking communities. As part of that update, the company unveiled plans to actively source a variety of CBD-based products in the U.S. through entry into several distribution agreements in the near term, plans which are already taking shape through CD International’s new partnership with NutraFuels.

In addition to distributing these products through its online store, CD International also intends to distribute these high quality CBD-based products through retail chains of pharmaceutical and Chinese medicine stores located in Mainland China. Other active initiatives currently in CD International’s pipeline include the development of a mobile app in order to promote optimal distribution of CBD-based products through increasingly popular mobile channels, as well as distribution of bulk CBD crystal within the rapidly-evolving U.S. market.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Exploiting Global Market Opportunities

April 18, 2017

With a wealth of experience and international distribution networks already in place, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) recently formed a new subsidiary and launched a new online store to maximize product delivery and penetrate a market of 2+ billion people.

For over a decade, CD International has sourced and distributed industrial commodities in China and the Americas. Headquartered in South Florida, the company has focused on international commodity sourcing and trading in iron ore, manganese ore, and scrap metals for companies located throughout the People’s Republic of China. To facilitate its commodity trading services, CD International also provides financing, logistics, quality control and legal and technical due diligence to its suppliers and purchasers. The company’s trading division naturally spawned CD International’s consultation services division to provide guidance for Chinese entities to compete in a complex global economy. The company’s background and know-how have given it the unique ability to identify and exploit emerging global market opportunities. In conjunction with its ongoing expansion initiative, CD International recently embarked upon a new enterprise to leverage its international experience and profit from the bulk distribution of medicinal cannabidiol (CBD) products in the U.S. and the sale of CBD-based products to the 2+ billion Chinese-speaking people located around the globe.

With the launch of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Products Distribution, and its online retail store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd), CD International is positioned to capture more than a fair share of this burgeoning market. With a projected annual growth rate north of 50 percent and the innate acceptance of holistic medicinal treatments in the Chinese culture, CD International fully expects this new enterprise to exceed expectations. The company’s expertise in international trade and its understanding of the vagaries of Chinese commerce give the company competitive advantages to exploit and capitalize on this fast developing global market.

A seemingly curious diversion from conventional business practices, the opportunity is just too great for the company not to engage. Chairman and CEO of CD International, Dr. James Wang, recently stated, “Research has indicated CBD to be effective in treating epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cirrhosis of the liver and to provide relief from hangover, anxiety and stress. Because natural extract of CBD-based products is so similar to traditional Chinese medicine, management believes there is huge opportunity in Chinese-speaking communities for CBD-based products.”

Given the company’s track record in international business and its deep understanding of Chinese culture and practices, CD International’s latest foray is far from just a curious diversion.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Brings Cannabidiol (CBD) Cures to Chinese Communities with New Initiatives

April 13, 2017

In the West, it has now been accepted that cannabidiol (CBD) has medical benefits, and CBD products are increasingly making their way to market. One of the better known of these is Sativex, a mixture of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and CBD in an oromucosal spray that has been approved by regulatory authorities in 28 countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the U.K.

However, ancient Chinese texts indicate that CBD and other cannabinoids have been employed extensively in traditional Chinese medicine. Now, to bring those ancient cures to Chinese-speaking communities around the world, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) is planning to distribute CBD products to this potential global market of over two billion people.

In a press release issued on Tuesday, April 12, CD International Enterprises announced new initiatives to retail and wholesale CBD products. The company has launched a newly-formed, wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Products Distribution, Inc., and a new online store, Green CBD Products, to retail CBD cures to customers in China and to the many Chinese-speaking communities sprinkled throughout the world. In addition, it plans to distribute bulk CBD crystal in the U.S.

There are references in ancient Chinese medical records on the use of cannabinoids to treat epilepsy, seizures, and pain, which are thought to relate mainly to CBD, since the Chinese were well aware that it had no psychoactive effect, unlike THC. Today, research has indicated CBD to be effective in treating epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cirrhosis of the liver, and even to provide relief from hangover, anxiety, and stress.

CD International will spend the next several weeks getting the online store to fully functioning status, after which the company plans to contract an online marketing firm to promote the store and its products to Chinese diasporas. The company also plans to develop an app for optimal distribution of CBD-based products through mobile devices.

CD International is also actively sourcing a variety of CBD-based products in the U.S. and plans to enter several agreements for their distribution in the near term. Related plans include distributing CBD-based products through retail chains of pharmaceutical and Chinese medicine stores in China. These agreements fall under the company’s trading division, which engages in sourcing and distributing industrial commodities such as CBD-related products, oil-related products, mineral ores, and non-ferrous metals.

The company also operates a consulting division, which provides services to public and private American and Chinese entities seeking access to the U.S. and Chinese capital markets. These services include general business consulting, guidance on Chinese regulation, translation services, advice on the formation of entities in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), and advice on mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances and partnerships. The company also provides advice to Chinese companies seeking access to the U.S. capital markets and compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley, in addition to undertaking corporate asset evaluations.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Launches Green Products Distribution Subsidiary

April 12, 2017

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services, this morning announced the launch of wholly-owned subsidiary Green Products Distribution, Inc. and its associated online store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd). The announcement comes as part of CDII’s ongoing expansion initiative, which centers on the bulk distribution of cannabidiol (CBD) crystal in the U.S. and the sale of a collection of CBD-based products in various Chinese-speaking communities located around the globe.

Per this morning’s news release, CDII expects to bring the newly-announced Green Products Distribution online store to fully functioning status within the next several weeks. Following this milestone, the company intends to contract an online marketing firm in an effort to market both the store and its CBD-based products in a number of Chinese-speaking communities, which, combined, represent a global market of more than two billion people. In addition to the continued refinement of the new website, CDII also intends to develop a mobile app in order to facilitate optimal distribution of its CBD-based products through increasingly popular mobile commerce channels.

“We are very excited to begin retailing CBD-based products in Chinese-speaking communities through the newly established subsidiary, while also pursuing opportunities to distribute bulk CBD crystal in the U.S.,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CDII, stated in this morning’s news release. “Research has indicated CBD to be effective in treating epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cirrhosis of the liver and to provide relief from hangover, anxiety and stress. Because natural extract of CBD-based products is so similar to traditional Chinese medicine, management believes there is huge opportunity in Chinese-speaking communities for CBD-based products.”

In support of its newly-launched subsidiary, CDII is actively sourcing a variety of CBD-based products in the U.S., with initial plans in place to enter several distribution agreements in the near term. Through these planned agreements, CDII will also look to commercialize its products through retail pharmacies and Chinese medicine stores across Mainland China.

This morning’s update comes less than two weeks after CDII announced its entry into a multi-year distribution agreement with Zhangjianjie Shengshi Agricultural Development Company, Ltd. to distribute high-grade CBD crystal in the United States. According to data published by The Hemp Business Journal, CBD is currently one of the fastest-growing market categories in the U.S. hemp and legal marijuana industries, boasting a compound annual growth rate of roughly 59 percent. The CBD industry accounted for $202 million in consumer sales in 2015, and forecasts call for that figure to grow to about $2.1 billion by 2020.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Announces Engagement of QualityStocks Corporate Communications Suite

April 10, 2017

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services, today announced that it has engaged the Corporate Communications Services of QualityStocks.

“As a growing international brand, we want to maintain communication with our shareholders while increasing our online visibility and attracting new investors,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CD International, stated in a news release. “We are excited to work with QualityStocks to achieve these communication goals and look forward to utilizing their expertise in this area.”

Under the agreement, QualityStocks will leverage its network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to relay CD International’s corporate message and progress to the investment community.

“CD International is rapidly expanding its reach in China and the Americas, and most recently announced its plans to distribute cannabidiol (CBD) extract in the United States,” noted the QualityStocks Team. “Our goal is to provide the investment community with an accurate picture of how the company is growing its existing business, while working to capture its share of this new market.”

For more than 11 years, QualityStocks has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to broaden influence, attract growth capital and improve shareholder value.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Announces Multi-Year Cannabidiol Distribution Agreement Serving US Market

March 30, 2017

Before the opening bell, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), through its wholly-owned CDI Shanghai Management Company subsidiary, announced its entry into a multi-year distribution agreement with Zhangjianjie Shengshi Agricultural Development Company (“Shengshi”) relating to the distribution of high-grade cannabidiol (CBD) crystal in the United States. Per the agreement, Shengshi will be responsible for large-scale production of CBD, which it processes from industrial hemp grown in China. From this production, up to 100 kilograms per month, or 1,200 kilograms per year, will be provided to CD International for U.S. distribution, with CDII maintaining exclusive U.S. distribution rights for an initial period of 10 years.

“We are very excited to enter this brand new business to develop a new profit center,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CD International, stated in this morning’s news release. “CBD supplements have become a hot spot in the health products market in the U.S. … If we are able to distribute 100 kilograms per month or 1,200 kilogram per year in the U.S., we would generate over $60 million in revenues according to the current market wholesale price. Management is confident that our new business could generate substantial profit opportunities for our shareholders for years to come.”

This morning’s announcement follows a January news release in which CD International announced its entry into a one-year consulting agreement with Shengshi. Through that agreement, CDII will be offering Shengshi a variety of consulting services ranging from business development and market promotion to more specialized consultations regarding garden design, landscaping and management of online retailing, among others. Wang originally alluded to CDII’s plans to “develop a distribution business of Cannabidiol (CBD) extract out of industrial hemp in both North and South Americas” in the January update.

Despite the ongoing legal battle related to both medicinal and recreational marijuana use within the United States, CBD has already been legalized in all 50 states. Lacking a significant concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is responsible for the psychotropic effects stemming from cannabis use, CBD has been shown effective in treating a variety of ailments, including epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and cirrhosis of the liver.

According to a recent report published by The Hemp Business Journal, CBD is currently one of the fastest-growing market categories in the U.S. hemp and legal cannabis industries, boasting a compound annual growth rate of roughly 59 percent. The CBD industry accounted for an estimated $202 million in consumer sales in 2015, and forecasts call for sales to reach $2.1 billion by 2020.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Spurring Financial Growth through Acquisition of Holding Company with Consolidated Net Income of $6 Million

September 24, 2015

CD International Enterprises, an emerging leader in the field of industrial commodity distribution, is promoting rapid growth through the utilization of an aggressive merger and acquisition strategy. Earlier this week, the company took a significant step toward realizing this goal by entering into an agreement to acquire a holding company that recorded consolidated revenues of more than $25 million and consolidated net income of over $6 million in 2014, according to unaudited financial statements.

Based in Hong Kong, the acquisition candidate is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of HK International Finance & Investment Group Limited and has diversified operations in a collection of service industries – including hospitality, health endowment and construction design. CDII’s management team has already initiated its due diligence process for the acquisition, and it plans to complete an audit of the candidate’s recent financial statements by the end of this year.

“One of management’s focuses on growing the company again is growth through merger and acquisition,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and chief executive officer of CDII, stated in a news release. “Management is actively looking for merger and acquisition opportunities that align with our strategic priorities.”

Since terminating its manufacturing business in 2014 in favor of less capital intensive business opportunities, CDII has operated under two unique segments – including its mineral trading segment, which sources and distributes industrial commodities to China, and its consulting segment, which provides consulting services to firms that operate or are seeking business opportunities primarily in China and the Americas. Through these two segments, CDII has established a substantial business network throughout its target markets which is now playing a key role in its global expansion efforts.

While slumping mineral prices have had a considerable effect on its financial results in recent months, the company expects demand for its consulting services to steadily rise through 2017. This demand, in combination with the extended reach provided by its recently announced acquisition agreement, are expected to facilitate CDII’s financial growth in the months to come. For prospective shareholders, CDII’s progress toward the monetization of its established business network makes it an intriguing investment opportunity moving forward.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Steered by Diverse and Experienced Management Team

February 19, 2014

A Florida-based company that produces, sources, and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas, CD International Enterprises aims to support and develop international business opportunities that will play vital roles in the continuing globalization of commerce. The company operates three business segments, two of which are magnesium and metal and the third of which is international business and financial consulting services.

Conducting its primary two business segments’ activities through Chinese subsidiaries in which it holds majority or whole ownership, CD International Enterprises equips each subsidiary with critical business resources for augmented efficiency and growth potential. In its global business and financial consulting capacity, the company advises mainly Chinese entities seeking to compete in the global economy. CD International Enterprises’ consulting services range from corporate communications and public relations to finance management, business forecasting, and regulation compliance, covering a wide array of areas for the consultees’ benefit.

CD International Enterprises is led by James Wang, PhD, company CEO and Chairman. As a company co-founder, Mr. Wang is responsible for the business vision behind CD International Enterprises, as well as its mission to empower emerging market entities for navigating the global economy. Since 2000, he has served in a range of roles with public entities promoting cross-border commerce. He continues to draw upon this experience for steering CD International Enterprises’ own efforts.

Having been born and raised in Shanghai, Mr. Wang also has intimate knowledge and familiarity with the ins-and-outs of Chinese culture and economic activity, which have proven essential to CD International Enterprises’ global scope. He is a graduate of the University of Science and Technology of China, holds a Master’s degree from the Shanghai Second Medical University, and has a PhD from the University of Arizona. He also served as a research scientist, Assistant Professor, and Lab Director at the University Of Minnesota School Of Medicine from 1997 to 2000.

The other management team members of CD International Enterprises draw upon unique cultural and professional backgrounds for bringing new market entities into the global marketplace. They leverage experience in upper-level management across multiple industries, magnesium manufacturing, business development and communications, operational finessing, business consulting, investment banking, and other core areas. With CD International Enteprises’ global-scale focus in the Americas and China, this management team is said to be the company’s greatest asset in its efforts to grow in its global competitiveness.

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Europe’s Recovering Car Market Could Strengthen Magnesium Demand; CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) is Ready

February 12, 2014

Forecasts that the European car market will end its six-year depression and start moving higher could trigger increased magnesium demand in 2014, according to media reports. The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association reports that car sales in Europe fell 2.8 percent in the first 11 months of 2013, though sales are expected to increase by up to 3 percent this year, albeit at significantly discounted prices.

“With economic conditions showing a tepid recovery in most European countries by the end of 2013, buyers are finally starting to feel confident enough to make a long-delayed purchase of a new car – albeit at discounts of up to 24 percent,” reports Automotive News Europe.

Car sales in the UK are also on the rise, climbing to 2.26 million vehicles registered in 2013, an increase of 10.8 percent from 2102 sales, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). Furthermore, a July report from Roskill states that industry-wide efforts to make lighter vehicles could boost magnesium consumption by 5 percent a year to 2017.

The ongoing strength of the UK car market, paired with expected growth in Europe, is good news for magnesium, which is used for a variety of industrial and consumer products, including automobiles. Magnesium is the lightest and strongest of structural metals, making it highly favored in automobile manufacturing. In essence, as car makers in Europe and the UK pick up the pace to meet rising demand, they’ll need more metal – which means higher demand for magnesium.

China currently leads the world’s magnesium production, which for the first 11 months of 2013 was up 8.02 percent to 713,300 tonnes in the same period of 2012. China is also the world’s biggest auto market. Chinese production is closely watched by car manufacturers and other magnesium end-users, who use the numbers as a wind-flag as to which way magnesium prices could move.

CD International operates four facilities in China to produce and/or distribute magnesium products such as pure magnesium ingots, magnesium powders, granules and alloys. Current active annual production capacity within the company’s magnesium segment is approximately 32,000 metric tons of pure magnesium. The company’s goal is to emerge as a global leader in the production and distribution of pure magnesium and magnesium related products, and to this accord has consolidated its magnesium operations into its International Magnesium Group (IMG) subsidiary.

Positioned to benefit from optimism in Europe’s strengthening car market and subsequent magnesium demand, CD International intends to expand its domestic and international sales capabilities under the IMG brand to create a cohesive and unified worldwide marketing effort for production and distribution operations.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Looks to Global Economy for Strong Future

February 5, 2014

CD International Enterprises is a Florida-based company that produces, sources, and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas. The company also provides international business and financial consulting services. In these capacities, it operates in three business segments, of which two garner its primary attention and energy.

CD International Enterprises recognizes that the world’s countries are becoming increasingly interconnected, especially through economic activity, and it has positioned itself to take advantage of this growing trend. For instance, CD International Enterprises has built up its primary business segments to be magnesium and metal. The subsidiaries involved in these segments are private Chinese companies which CD International Enterprises has gained controlling interests in via corporate acquisitions for majority or whole ownership. The company’s third business segment, consulting services, involves CD International Enterprises’ team leveraging its extensive experience and business insights for advising Chinese entities on how to be competitive in the global marketplace. With this international focus, the company aims to provide a platform to support, develop, and nurture these international businesses opportunities which play a vital role in the growing global economy.

In its magnesium and metal business segments, CD International Enterprises focuses on enhancing the quality and performance of its subsidiaries by extending a wide range of resources for their augmentation. These include: management advice, investment capital, business development services, strategic planning, internal control, macroeconomic industry analysis, and financial management.

For its third business segment, CD International Enterprises provides its clientele of emerging Chinese entities with a suite of consulting services including: strategic planning, business development, investment and financing assistance, M&A planning and analysis, modeling and valuation analysis, financial management, SEC report filings and management, SOX 404 compliance, and investor and public relations services.

At the heart of all these operations is what arguably constitutes CD International Enterprises’ greatest strength: its personnel. The company points to the success of its various cross-border transactions as proof of its ability and drive to accomplish critical goals. Leveraging this culturally diverse and insightful talent, CD International Enterprises is able to identify emerging market opportunities and provide comprehensive solutions or services relevant to conducting international business. Specifically, the company’s personnel have knowledge of and experience in:

• The innate practices of Chinese commerce
• Extensive cultural and legal expertise
• Strong knowledge of unique business dynamics and business operations characteristics with the United States, China, and South America
• Experience in engagement in commercial activities in South America and the United States

Plus, since the company is headquartered in Florida, has corporate offices in Shanghai, China, and maintains locations in South America, the company’s personnel are able to remain fully up-to-date in their knowledge of cultural practices and business dynamics—and share new developments in these factors with their clients and subsidiaries for stronger growth.

With a highly experienced and insightful management team steering the efforts of the company, CD International Enterprises is well-positioned for a strong future in the global economy of today, and perhaps the future.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Makes International Splash with Multi-cultural Team

January 30, 2014

CD International Enterprises is a U.S. based company that produces, sources, and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas and provides international business and financial consulting services.

Headquartered in Deerfield Beach, Florida, CD International Enterprises currently operates in two primary business segments: Magnesium and Minerals, while a third business segment consists of consulting services, mainly to Chinese entities seeking to compete in a global economy.

There is a culturally diverse group of business professionals who are integral to the maintenance of CD International Enterprises’ offices and operations in China and the Americas. These dedicated professionals are eager to develop creative solutions to access opportunities in the growing global economy. Employing a multicultural team which has been operating successfully within the landscape since 2001, the organization presents a series of advantages critical to the success of emerging market entities.

CD International Enterprises’ culturally diverse team has the decisive edge in generating global commerce opportunities to the growing Chinese economy, as well as small to medium-sized emerging markets such as Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Ecuador. The company seeks to help navigate through what are often confusing cultural and legal challenges, and their team members have a strong working knowledge of the unique characteristics of business operations. By employing a multicultural team, through CD International Enterprises’ offices in the U.S., Shanghai, and various locations in South America, they possess numerous advantages critical to international business success.

The company’s mission is to provide a platform to support, develop, and nurture these international businesses opportunities which will play a vital role in the ongoing globalization of economic activity. They offer business solutions to their clients which foster growth and the ability to compete successfully on a global scale. As a result, the organization serves as a vehicle to allow investors to participate directly in the rapid growth of emerging markets in China and the Americas.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Segments Blend Commodities with Consulting to Capitalize on Growth of Chinese Economy, Emerging Markets

January 22, 2014

Headquartered in Deerfield Beach, Fla., CDII produces, sources and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas, serving as a conduit for investors seeking opportunity to participate in the rapid growth of emerging markets in these key regions. Additionally, CDII provides international business and financial consulting services to foster growth and competition on a global scale.

CDII’s consulting services include strategic planning, business development, investment and financing assistance, M&A planning and analysis, modelling and valuation analysis, financial management, SEC report filings and management, SOX 404 compliance, and investor and public relations services.

Aside from its business consulting service, CDII currently operates in two primary businesses: magnesium and minerals.

As the most lightweight yet strongest of structural metals, magnesium is used in a variety of markets and applications such as in aircraft, automobile parts, and electronic equipment and devices. CDII is establishing its reputation as a quality magnesium supplier through its magnesium segment, which currently operates four magnesium facilities with combined production capacity of approximately 32,000 metric tons of pure magnesium. The company’s magnesium operations have been consolidated into its Magnesium Group (IMG) subsidiary.

The development of infrastructure and related construction in China is growing at an accelerated pace in light of growing demand for basic materials and minerals. CDII believes it will continue to see demand for basic materials such as industrial chemicals, basic metals, and minerals and other basic resources. To keep pace with this demand, CDII operates its commodities distribution business out of its corporate headquarters in Florida, as well as in Mexico and parts of South America. This business currently sources, aggregates, and distributes iron ore from locations in Mexico, Chile, and Bolivia with ultimate delivery to China.

With offices and operations in the United States, China, and the Americas, CDII leverages the experience and expertise of its team of culturally diverse business professionals with a shared vision to develop creative solutions to access opportunities in the growing global economy.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Advances Business between the East and West

January 15, 2014

CD International Enterprises, a well-known producer and distributor of industrial products and commodities in Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Americas, is less recognized as a business and financial consultancy, and yet, for many years, the company has operated a thriving consulting segment that offers comprehensive business solutions to international companies and that serves as a conduit for investors looking to invest directly in the swiftly growing emerging markets of China and the Americas.

CD International Enterprises offers a solid platform that supports, develops, and nurtures international businesses opportunities so its clients can play a vital role in the ongoing globalization of economic activity. The company primarily makes its suite of consulting services available to U.S. public companies operating in China and other Chinese entities seeking the necessary resources to effectively compete in the global economy.

CD International Enterprises offers consulting services that fall under the broad umbrella of advisory services, capital markets and financial management. Specific services include:

• Strategic planning
• Financial management
• Investment and financial assistance
• Mergers and acquisitions planning and analysis
• Modeling and valuation analysis
• SEC report filings and management
• Business development and marketing
• Investor and public relations
• Translation services
• Compliance services

CD International Enterprises operates two other primary business divisions—Magnesium and Minerals—which have grown significantly over the years. The company pushes this growth by acquiring controlling interest in private Chinese companies and structuring these acquisitions as either majority-owned or wholly-owned subsidiaries. The company then seeks to improve the performance and value of each portfolio company with management advice, business development services, strategic planning, macroeconomic industry analysis, and financial management. The company also provides its subsidiaries with investment capital that allows them to successfully expand their operations.

With offices and operations in the United States, China, and the Americas, CD International Enterprises is made up of a culturally diverse group of business professionals and easily leverages the competitive advantage its multicultural team provides to tailor its services to meet the needs of each individual client.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Sees China as a Two-Way Street

January 7, 2014

For many companies, China is viewed in terms of a single direction. They’re either selling materials to China, or buying finished goods back. But for CD International Enterprises, there are no such limitations. The company, headquartered in Florida, with operations in China, South America, and Mexico, is actively engaged in materials both entering and leaving China. The company supplies iron and other key materials to China to support the country’s growing infrastructure, in addition to producing magnesium in China which it then sells to some of the world’s leading Fortune 500 companies.

CDII sources, aggregates, and distributes iron ore, manganese ore, and scrap metals for processing companies located throughout China. Ore is currently sourced from locations in Mexico, Chile, and Bolivia, for delivery to China. China is already the largest market for iron ore, and CDII believes the demand will continue to be strong for materials such as basic metals and minerals, as well as industrial chemicals, allowing CDII to continually expand its operations.

CDII’s International Magnesium Group (IMG) is now one of the world’s largest suppliers of pure magnesium, sourcing magnesium from 6 production facilities in Northern China and Inner Mongolia. The group represents combined annual production and distribution of approximately 80,000 metric tons of magnesium ingots and 10,000 metric tons of magnesium powder. Magnesium is the lightest and strongest of structural metals, lighter than steel, titanium, or even aluminum, properties that make it in high demand for aircraft, automotive, and electronic applications. CDII intends to continue consolidating this still fragmented industry, and promoting its IMG brand as the premier global source for magnesium products.

As if that weren’t enough, CDII’s expertise in world trade has itself become a sought-after product, allowing them to provide critical business and financial consulting services around the world.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Promotes Economic Growth Across the Globe

December 27, 2013

Based in the United States, CD International Enterprises operates from a core desire to promote economic growth throughout the world.

The company is engaged in producing, sourcing, and distributing industrial commodities in China and the Americas, as well as providing business and financial consulting services internationally. The company’s mission is to provide a platform that supports, develops, and nurtures international business opportunities that can serve a key role in the ongoing globalization of economic activity.

CD International’s business solutions promote growth and enable companies to compete successfully on a global scale; this resultantly allows investors to take a direct role in the rapid growth of emerging markets in China and the Americas.

The company operates through two main business segments, magnesium and minerals, and is devoted to improving its subsidiaries’ quality and performance through a variety of resources that stimulate growth and efficiency. These resources include management advice, investment capital, business development services, strategic planning, internal control, macroeconomic industry analysis, and financial management. Through ownership control, the company provides resources that enable its subsidiaries to successfully grow their operations.

CD International also has a third business segment that provides consulting services to Chinese entities desiring to compete in the global economy. These services include strategic planning, business development, investment and financing assistance, M&A planning and analysis, modeling and valuation analysis, financial management, SEC report filings and management, SOX 404 compliance, and investor and public relations services.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Leverages Opportunities in Global Industrial Commodities Market

December 17, 2013

CD International Enterprises is a US-based company that produces and distributes industrial commodities in Chinese and American markets as well as provides global-scale business and financial consulting services. The company focuses on two key business segments in its operations, magnesium and minerals, and moves toward developing, supporting, and nurturing business opportunities that are slated to play key roles in the increasing growth of the global economy. Its involvement in these enterprising opportunities allows investors to participate directly in the fast growth of emerging markets in China and the Americas.

The company enhances the quality and performance of its subsidiaries in its two business segments by providing them with a suite of resources that increase organization efficiency and growth potential. These resources include: management advice, investment capital, business development services, strategic planning, internal control, macroeconomic industry analysis, and financial management. It has built up these business segments through strategic acquisitions of controlling interests of Chinese private companies, in which it has consolidated ownership through majority or whole ownership.

CD International Enterprises’ magnesium division, International Magnesium Group, is one of the world’s largest pure magnesium suppliers, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the company. Among this division’s high-quality products are over 99.95% pure magnesium ingots, magnesium granules, and magnesium powder used in various applications in the aluminum, automobile, consumer electronics, and steel industries. It markets these premium-grade products to some of the world-leading Fortune 500 companies, and it maintains six facilities for optimized production in Northern China and Inner Mongolia. In addition to top-end products, the company operates with a solid worldwide reputation as well as great sensitivity to its customers’ needs.

In the company’s mineral segment, operations are managed out of the company’s headquarters in Florida. Its mineral operations are based in Mexico and segments of South America. Currently, this business division sources, aggregates, and distributes iron ore from key locales in Mexico, Chile, and Boliva and then delivers it to China. China is currently the largest market opportunity for iron ore as well as other industrial commodities, representing a real chance for CD International Enterprises to expand into other product sourcing and delivery.

Established bases of operations in Mexico, Chile, and South America enable the company to collaborate with local producers and look for ways to aggregate its production and processing capabilities. Among the service resources the company uses for these endeavors are purchasing, financing, logistics, quality control, as well as the conduct of comprehensive legal, financial, and technical due diligence on suppliers. CD International Enterprises continues to strengthen its production and distribution capabilities in various parts of the three Americas.

Leveraging the insights and experiences of a culturally diverse management team, CD International Enterprises looks forward to building a stronger global presence and giving investors opportunities to strengthen and further international economic activity.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Fosters Opportunities in the Growing Global Economy

December 10, 2013

At the heart of CD International Enterprises is a desire to foster global economic growth.

This U.S.-based company is engaged in the production, sourcing, and distribution of industrial commodities in China and the Americas and also provides international business and financial consulting services. The company’s mission is to provide a platform that supports, develops, and nurtures international business opportunities that can play an integral role in the ongoing globalization of economic activity.

CD International Enterprises provides business solutions that promote growth and foster the ability to successfully compete on a worldwide scale. The company resultantly enables investors to directly take part in the rapid growth of emerging markets in China and the Americas.

CD International Enterprises’ two primary business segments are magnesium and minerals. The company is dedicated to improving the quality and performance of its subsidiaries through an array of resources to stimulate their efficiency and growth, including management advice, investment capital, business development services, strategic planning, internal control, macroeconomic industry analysis, and financial management. Through its ownership control, CD International Enterprises provides resources that enable its subsidiaries to successfully grow their operations.

The company’s third business segment involves providing consulting services to Chinese entities desiring to compete in the global economy. Included in these services are strategic planning, business development, investment and financing assistance, M&A planning and analysis, modeling and valuation analysis, financial management, SEC report filings and management, SOX 404 compliance, and investor and public relations services.

CD International Enterprises is headquartered in Deerfield Beach, Fla., and also has corporate offices in Shanghai. The company consists of a culturally diverse group of business professionals who are eager to develop creative solutions for accessing opportunities in the growing world economy.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Set to Capitalize on Magnesium Demand

December 4, 2013

CD International is a Florida-based company that produces, sources and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas. In addition, the company offers business and financial consulting services. Combined, these offerings are part of a unique infrastructure designed to foster business opportunities on a global scale while efficiently accessing U.S. capital markets.

Relative its magnesium segment, CD International’s goal is to become a leading global player in the production and distribution of pure magnesium and magnesium-related products. This structural metal is used in a variety of applications, highly sought after because of its light-weight and high-strength properties.

To capitalize on growing magnesium demand, CD International achieves annual production capacity of approximately 32,000 metric tons within its Magnesium segment. The company currently operates six China-based magnesium facilities that produce and/or distribute a range of magnesium products, including magnesium ingots, magnesium powders, granules and alloys.

CD International’s magnesium operations are consolidated under its International Magnesium Group (IMG) subsidiary. The company intends to expand IMG’s domestic and international sales reach to cultivate a unified worldwide marketing effort to promote the production and distribution of its operations.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Leverages Multicultural Knowledge, Expertise to Offer Array of Products, Services

November 27, 2013

CD International Enterprises is a Florida-based commodities distribution business that produces, sources, and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas. The company also provides business and financial consulting services for emerging companies.

Within its magnesium segment, CDII runs four magnesium facilities in China that operate on active annual production capacity of approximately 32,000 metric tons of pure magnesium. These facilities, consolidated under subsidiary International Magnesium Group (IMG), produce and/or distribute magnesium products such as pure magnesium ingots, magnesium powders, granules, and alloys.

CDII’s minerals segment focuses on the rapidly growing development of China’s infrastructure and related construction, which are expected to continue to fuel demand for basic materials such as industrial chemicals, basic metals and minerals, and other basic resources.

Operating under the guidance of a highly qualified management team and personnel, CDII also offers an array of consulting and business services for Chinese entities looking for a strategy to effectively compete in the global economy.

The company’s advisory services include business consulting, translation services, business development support and U.S. representative offices. Focusing on the capital markets, CDII offers U.S. capital market advice, cross-border transactions, M&A programs, seller representation, investment and strategic planning, advice on corporate structure, and more. Financial management services include secured loans, structured investments, Sarbanes Oxley compliance consulting, GAAP accounting assistance, and interim CFO support.

CDII has a culturally diverse team with knowledge of Chinese commerce and experience within the U.S. and the Americas. These resources are focused on generating global commerce opportunities to small-sized to medium-sized emerging companies.

For more information, visit http://www.cdii.net

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) JV Inks Multi-Year Supply and Distribution Deal to Grow Iron Production in Peru

November 20, 2013

Industrial commodities business CD International Enterprises today reports that CDII Minerales Peru SAC (“CDII Peru”) has entered into a three-year agreement with GRAMCE MINERALS RESOURCES SUR PERU SAC (“GRAMCE”) for GRAMCE to supply a total of up to 1.28 million metric tons of iron ore to CDII Peru for ultimate distribution into China. CDII Peru is a jointly owned subsidiary of CDI International and Minera Mapsa S.A. (“MAPSA”).

Upon completion of the multi-year agreement, MAPSA President Fernando Bayona Pelaez has agreed to acquire a 50 percent equity interest in GRAMCE to increase its production.

GRAMCE’s current operations located throughout the central and southern regions of Peru, focus on the regions of Moquegua, Puno, Arequipa, Ica and Apurimac.

“We are excited to have reached this agreement with GRAMCE as well as to have our partners at MAPSA take an active role in working to increase their production capacity,” Ross Friedman, vice president of CDII Minerals stated in the news release. “We are confident this will help to maximize potential revenues for CDII Peru as we seek to exploit the vast potential of the iron ore market in China.”

Friedman continued that that the agreement validates the joint venture’s position as a “serious force” in Peru in its quest to become a leading producer of iron and work to establish a stable long-term supply of iron ore sourced from Peru and distributed to customers in China.

Carmen Aramayo, general manager of GRAMCE, echoed the sentiment of emerging as a top iron ore producer in Peru.

“We are very excited to work with CDII Peru,” said Aramayo. “With their support we can achieve our goal to become a capable exporter and producer of iron ore who can supply consistent quantities on a monthly basis. The partnership will create a win-win situation for both companies to become one of the major iron ore suppliers in Peru for years to come.”

For more information, visit http://www.cdii.net

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Rides Growing Free Market Wave in China

November 19, 2013

CD International Enterprises is a Florida based company with additional employees in South America, Mexico, and China. The company is heavily involved in supplying key minerals to China, as well as to other international markets in Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America. They produce and distribute magnesium, of which China is the world’s primary source, and have major operations in Shanxi Province in eastern China. They also buy and sell other minerals such as iron, copper, manganese, zinc, and tin, with major operations in South America, supplying China and other countries.

With their close connections to China, and benefitting strongly from the growing Chinese demand for iron, the company was understandably interested in the Chinese government’s recently announced economic reform plans. Chinese shares jumped with the news that China plans significant market-oriented reforms. The announced plans went beyond most expectations, emphasizing the need for allowing market forces more control over resource allocation. Although stating plans and actually implementing them in the face of long-entrenched interests are two different things, the feeling is that China is headed in a positive direction.

CDII has been developing iron and other mineral sources in South America, in conjunction with magnesium sources and operations in China, to support the country’s fast track economic growth. Iron has been critical to China, since it is used in the production of steel for building China’s massive infrastructure. Magnesium is vital to their automotive sector, since the mineral’s light weight and reliable strength makes it key to lightweight vehicles and lower emissions.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Targets China’s Growing Demand for Materials

November 12, 2013

Based in Florida, CD International Enterprises produces, sources, and distributes industrial commodities, such as minerals and industrial chemicals, through subsidiaries in China and the Americas. The company also provides international business and financial consulting services.

The company was formed in 2005, in recognition of a market need for both investment capital and management acumen for small to medium sized business entities serving growing markets. The goal is to provide the needed support to develop these businesses, allowing investors to participate in the rapid growth and emerging markets of both China and the Americas through the company’s subsidiaries. Support includes management advice, investment capital, business development services, strategic planning, internal control, macroeconomic industry analysis, and financial management.

The company currently operates in two primary business segments: Magnesium and Basic Materials, together providing support to producers of magnesium, iron, industrial chemicals, and other materials, for China and the world. The company operates 6 magnesium facilities in China, producing and/or distributing magnesium products, with an annual total production capacity of approximately 80,000 metric tons of pure magnesium ingots and 10,000 metric tons of magnesium powder. The company intends to consolidate this fragmented industry and emerge as the global leader in the production and distribution of magnesium. Beyond magnesium, the company is pursuing an increasing demand for iron and other basic industrial materials in China and the world, and has active commodity distribution operations in Mexico and South America for material going to China.

In addition to their primary business segments, the company provides general consulting services, mainly to Chinese entities seeking to compete in a global economy. These services include strategic planning, business development, investment and financing assistance, M&A planning and analysis, modeling and valuation analysis, financial management, SEC report filings and management, SOX 404 compliance, and investor and public relations services.

For more information, visit www.CDII.net

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII), Manali Engineering Sign Distribution Deal to Bank on India’s Magnesium Demand

November 5, 2013

CD International Enterprises, an industrial commodities producer and distributor in China and the Americas, today reports that its International Magnesium Group subsidiary (“IMG”) has entered into a five-year distribution deal with Manali Engineering, in which Manali will serve as a sales agent to market IMG’s magnesium products throughout India.

Manali Engineering, a division of heavy engineering equipment manufacturer Manali Group, has established a strong footprint in India’s industrial marketplace. The company is headquartered in Gurgaon (Haryana), India, with branch offices in Stockholm, Sweden, and Miami, Florida.

Demand for magnesium products exceeds 10,000 metric tons annually, and with India’s rapid economic expansion expected to continue to grow, CD International sees the distribution agreement as “a substantial expansion opportunity” for IMG to capitalize on strong magnesium demand in the country.

“We look forward to a successful partnership with Manali Engineering as we expand our magnesium distribution channels to India,” James Wang, chairman and CEO of CD International, stated in the news release. “India represents a major potential growth market for magnesium, especially in its rapidly expanding automobile industry. We intend to work diligently to support Manali Engineering in their efforts to help us achieve significant sales growth at IMG in fiscal 2014 and beyond.”

For more information, visit http://www.cdii.net

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QualityStocks Features CD International Enterprises (CDII) Vice President in Exclusive Interview

October 31, 2013

QualityStocks today announces that its interview with Richard Galterio, the Vice President of CD International, is now available online. The audio interview can be heard at http://qualitystocks.net/interview-cdii.php.

In the interview, Galterio provides an overview of the Company’s multifaceted business model and targeted markets. He discusses CD International’s joint venture with Minera Mapsa, S.A. in South America, valuable connections in China, and exciting accomplishments of this year.

CD International is operated by a highly experienced management team with an extensive skill set. Galterio describes the background and qualifications of the key members, as well as details his own experience with taking companies public and investment banking.

In his extensive overview, Galterio also shares his excitement for the upcoming future as CD International’s position in the industry continues to strengthen.

For more information on CD International, visit www.cdii.net

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Subsidiary Contracted to Provide Consulting Services in China to AEGEA

October 29, 2013

CD International Enterprises, a provider of industrial commodities in China and the Americas, and provider of business and financial corporate consulting services, today said that Capital One Resources Ltd. has entered into an agreement with AEGEA, Inc. to provide consulting services to AEGEA’s planned EB-5 funding program for a mega-resort destination and international community in Florida. Capital One Resources is a Brunei company with operations in Shanghai, China, and is owned and operated by CDII’s wholly owned subsidiary, CDI Shanghai Management Co. Ltd.

Commenting on this agreement, Dr. James Wang, CEO of CDII, stated, “We are very excited to work with AEGEA as we expand our China-based consulting efforts in this area. EB-5 projects represent a unique opportunity for our company to leverage our resources and skill set in China to attract outbound investments. Through our infrastructure and extensive network in China, we believe we can provide a gateway for companies seeking to fund opportunities through this program with capital from China. We have been working diligently to lay the groundwork for this new consulting opportunity in recent months and we are excited to begin with AEGEA to build what we see as a very profitable and long-term revenue stream for our consulting business.”

AEGEA president and CEO Keith Duffy stated, “We believe our agreement with Capital One represents a significant step forward in building the foundation for our EB-5 program in China. Capital One and its parent companies have over a decade of experience in the complexities of cross border transactions and an extensive network of contacts in China making them well positioned to help spearhead our efforts in China. The vast majority of EB-5 investors have historically come from China, and I believe this trend will continue. As a public company, and having a broker-dealer as our placement agent, we feel that our project gives Chinese investors an added layer of oversight.”

Under the USCIS EB-5 Investor Program, some foreign investors are eligible for application to conditional lawful permanent residency in the United States if they can show their at-risk investments are creating jobs in the states. This program’s aim is to bolster and strengthen American economic performance through increased foreign investment, whether through creation of jobs or the providing of venture capital. The minimum required EB-5 for qualification is $500,000, and the project the investment will fund must be in a Targeted Employment Area (TEA), which is an area within the United States that is designated as rural or having high unemployment. AEGEA is expected to qualify as TEA, and the securities offered in this particular EB-5 program will not be sold in the U.S.

China has emerged as the leading market for EB-5 investors, with Chinese EB-5 applicants representing 80 plus percent of total 2012 applicants. They are said to have generated $1.8 billion in total investment that year. A strong majority of all EB-5 investments are noted to come through commercial real estate projects, as AEGEA’s own EB-5 project designs are designated.

More information regarding CDII can be found at: www.cdii.net

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