CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII)

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Re: CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII)

Postby QualityStocks » Wed Jul 05, 2017 5:48 pm

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Using Modern Methods to Market Traditional Chinese Medicine

- Selling to a Market familiar with Herbal Remedies
- China holds the most cannabis patents in the world
- China produces the most industrial hemp in the world

With a history that stretches back into the mists of time, it will be no surprise to learn that, in China, the virtues of cannabis sativa L. have been known for millennia. Used as a fiber, as food and in medicine, references to the plant appear throughout classical Chinese literature. Today, the same enterprising spirit that developed cannabis cures in traditional Chinese medicine continues. Chinese entrepreneurs and researchers hold hundreds of patents related to cannabis, and the cannabis ecosystem is at its most vibrant in China. Now, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) plans to make this rich body of traditional medicine and modern innovation available outside China. Standing at the nexus between East and West, the company is gearing up to market CBD cures to customers in China and to the many Chinese-speaking communities dotted around the world. In addition, it plans to distribute bulk cannabidiol (CBD) crystal in the U.S.

The influence of cannabis on Chinese society and industry is evident everywhere, for it is the same plant, cannabis sativa, that produces both marijuana, for medicinal use, and hemp, for industrial purposes. When intended for industry, strains of the plant are grown for the hemp stalk, which is the longest and strongest of all natural fibers. These fiber-rich biotypes of cannabis (hemp) were extensively employed in ancient China to make paper, rope and fishing nets, for example. Hemp seed provides an added benefit, since it is high in protein, amino acids, essential fatty acids and vitamins. Other strains, developed for their abundance of seed and inflorescence (flowers), produce marijuana. The Chinese, who have long embraced homeopathic and natural remedies, have been using the achenes (seeds) for close to two thousand years. This is in contrast to applications in Western medicine that are, typically, derived from the female flowering tops.

All cannabis contains delta-9 tetrahydrocanabinol (THC), a psychoactive substance responsible for the “high” when marijuana is smoked or otherwise ingested, but, since THC is produced in the resin glands of the plant’s flowers and buds, the amount of THC in plants grown as hemp for their stalks is negligible, by all accounts not large enough to affect mental functions. Hemp also contains another cannabinoid, known as cannabidiol, which is believed to have a number of therapeutic benefits. CBD has been used to treat diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, epilepsy, antibiotic-resistant infections, alcoholism, PTSD and neurological disorders.

In April 2017, CDII launched a new division to distribute CBD crystal in the U.S. and CBD-based products to the Chinese-speaking population. The launch of Green Products Distribution and the associated online store is a key part of CDII’s expansion plans, which are currently underway. The company’s primary goal with this launch is to retail CBD-based products to Chinese-speaking communities, which collectively represent a potential global market of over 1.6 billion people.

The CBD crystal distributed by CDII is manufactured in China and processed from industrial hemp. China is the world’s largest producer of hemp fiber and the second largest producer, after France, of hemp seed. Indeed, most of the hemp used in the U.S., where its cultivation is prohibited, is imported from China. Consequently, CDII avoids all the legal complications associated with ‘touching’ THC, which is illegal in China and, by federal law, in the U.S.

Unlike, the U.S., however, China has never restricted the cultivation or use of hemp. In fact, the government there has encouraged farming and research. Chinese individuals and companies now hold more than half (309) of the 606 patents related to cannabis recorded by the Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

These are all the factors that makes CDII’s CBD venture, Green Products Distribution, look promising. The company has already entered into a wholesale distribution agreement with GWR Distributors, a world-leading supplier of CBD-based products derived from hemp.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net
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Re: CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII)

Postby QualityStocks » Mon Jul 10, 2017 4:03 pm

CD International Enterprises (CDII) Positioned for Growth on Expanding CBD Market Due to Unique Target Audience

- Company targeting unique global market of more than two billion people in Chinese-speaking communities
- New CBD subsidiary key to CD International Enterprises’ expansion process
- CBD market expected to grow 700 percent to over $2 billion by 2020

Much like the overall marijuana industry, the cannabidiol (CBD) market is growing exponentially, due primarily to the extract’s versatility and wide range of possible uses in the pharmaceutical world. CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a complex company that provides corporate consulting services and industrial commodities, recently entered the CBD sector and is already carving a niche out for itself by targeting a unique market of more than two billion people: Chinese-speaking communities in the United States and around the world.

According to a recent report by The Hemp Business Journal (http://dtn.fm/2G1cG), the CBD market is expected to grow to $2.1 billion by 2020. This would mark a massive 700 percent increase from last year’s market of $202 million. The figure is impressive, but other industry experts are even more optimistic. Greenware Advisors’ Matt Karnes believes the CBD market size could reach $3 billion by 2021, according to Forbes (http://dtn.fm/3mzHQ). His prediction is largely based on the fact that CBD is allowed in areas that haven’t yet legalized marijuana.

One of the 85+ cannabinoids identified so far in cannabis and hemp, CBD possesses multiple therapeutic benefits, making it an essential component for drug manufacturing efforts targeting a wide range of medical conditions, including epilepsy, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, liver disease, and many more. Unlike the more famous cannabis compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that’s used for recreational purposes, CBD does not have a psychoactive effect.

The similarity between this natural extract with its many uses and traditional Chinese medicine has created a significant opportunity for CBD-based products in Chinese-speaking markets, an opportunity that CD International Enterprises has promptly seized. In April, the company launched a special division tasked with the distribution of bulk cannabidiol crystal in the United States and CBD-based products to Chinese-speaking communities. The new subsidiary, Green Products Distribution, joins CD International Enterprises’ mineral trading and business consulting divisions and is expected to help bring the company significant exposure and revenue on the fast-growing marijuana market.

Green Products Distribution and the associated Chinese language online store are a key part of the company’s current expansion plans. Under the leadership of Dr. James Wang, a seasoned executive who has worked with various technology and pharmaceutical corporations over the years, and with the work of its dedicated, culturally diverse team, CD International Enterprises is set for consistent growth in its niche, having plans to rapidly expand its CBD distribution services to Chinese-speaking communities all over the world. A mobile application for optimal distribution of cannabidiol products is also under development and will be made available to Green Products Distribution customers.

Additionally, the company is sourcing several different CBD products in the U.S., with plans to enter distribution agreement for them, as well as to begin distribution of such products via traditional Chinese medicine stores and retail pharmaceutical chains in China. This would significantly expand the number of business opportunities in Chinese-speaking markets all over the world, allowing CD International Enterprises to become an uncontested leader in its niche.

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Re: CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII)

Postby QualityStocks » Wed Jul 12, 2017 3:44 pm

QualityStocksNewsBreaks – CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Announces Contract to Purchase 120,000 Tons of Copper Concentrate

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 that it has entered into a purchase contract to purchase 120,000 tons of copper concentrate (30% Cu) over a 12-month period from a Chile-based company. The initial contract values approximately $260 million based on the current copper future price on the London Metal Exchange. “We are very excited to enter this purchase contract, as we continue to source mineral commodity for our Chinese clients,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CD International, stated in the news release. “We have delivered copper concentrate from Chile and Bolivia to China in the past, as demand by China for copper concentrate continues to grow substantially. Under our new mineral trading model, we are confident we can create a profit center while limiting exposure of our capital to market risk.” Chile is China’s top source of imported copper concentrate. According to the latest data from the General Administration of Customs, China imported 4.74 million metric tons of copper concentrate from Chile in 2016, marking a year-over-year increase of 26.7 percent.
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Re: CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII)

Postby QualityStocks » Mon Jul 17, 2017 4:25 pm

CD International Enterprises (CDII) Sourcing Commodities and CBD

- Proven track record sourcing/delivering commodities to Chinese clients
- Extensive experience and relationships in Chinese practices and protocols
- One of the first to distribute CBD to Chinese speaking people

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), which sources and distributes industrial commodities for Chinese clients, is on a tear. The company continues to rack up purchase contracts and corporate offers for invaluable commodities slated for delivery to China’s industrial sector. CDII just announced that it has entered into another purchase contract to acquire 10,000 metric tons of copper concentrate per month over a 12-month period from a Chile-based company. CDII’s initial 12-month contract total of 120,000 metric tons of copper concentrate is valued at about $260 million based on current copper future prices. This contract comes on the heels of a full corporate offer announced in late May for the monthly purchase of 100,000 tons of metallurgic-grade bauxite, with the initial 12-month contract valued near $37 million.

May was a busy month for the global commodity player. On May 10, the company announced a full corporate offer to purchase 5,000 tons of copper cathodes per month from a Tanzania-based company. The total shipment of 60,000 metric tons of copper cathodes over 12 months is valued at approximately $330 million. Earlier in May, CD International announced a letter of intent to purchase 100,000 metric tons of iron ore per month over 12 months. The initial 12-month contract of 1.2 million metric tons of iron ore is valued around $84 million, and CDII has the option to increase supply to 500,000 metric tons per month, or six million metric tons of iron ore per year.

With over $700 million in sourced orders in just the last three months, CDII’s years of building global relationships and honing logistical experience are showing significant results, but the best may be yet to come. Not only is the company committed to dramatically expanding its commodities business, it has also targeted a new arena of explosive growth. Leveraging its years of experience and relationships, CDII has expanded into one of the fastest growing markets in the world, medical marijuana.

CD International has become one of the very first to companies distribute and sell medicinal cannabidiol (CBD) based products to the 2+ billion Chinese-speaking people. The company recently formed its Green Products division and online retail store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd) to facilitate its bold initiative and capture a large share of the projected 17 percent compounded annual growth rate. Non-euphoric CBD-based products are legal in China, blend with Chinese holistic medicine and have a broad range of clinically-proven therapeutic uses, including treating epilepsy, anxiety, pain and nausea.

Because the natural extract of CBD-based products is so similar to traditional Chinese medicine, management believes there is a huge opportunity in Chinese-speaking communities for CBD-based products. Given CDII’s track record in global commodity sourcing, its long standing relationships within China and its deep understanding of Chinese culture and practices, CD International’s latest undertaking has blockbuster potential.

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