NetworkNewsBreaks – ChineseInvestors.com Inc. (CIIX) Subsidiary Exhibits Hemp-Infused Skin Care Line at Vietnam Expo

CBD Biotechnology Co. Ltd., a wholly owned foreign enterprise of ChineseInvestors.com (OTCQB: CIIX), recently exhibited its self-branded, hemp-infused skin care line at the 29th Vietnam Expo in Hanoi. An article discussing the event reads, “Participating in the event enabled CBD Biotech to explore industrial hemp sales throughout Asia, raise its profile among potential partners and become an influencer in the market. CBD Biotech has been a pioneer in the Chinese market for hemp-infused skin care products and an originator of hemp plant extraction. The company also exhibited its hemp wine at the expo. . . . ‘The Vietnam Expo continues to be an important business destination to build bridges for trade promotion, foreign relations, facilitating commerce and attracting trade between Vietnamese and foreign enterprises,’ CBD Biotech CEO Summer Yun stated in a news release (http://nnw.fm/0VBwl). ‘We anticipate creating lucrative export opportunities and exploring possible expansion to more Southeast Asian countries and members of ASEAN.’”

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About ChineseInvestors.com

Founded in 1999, ChineseInvestors.com endeavors to be an innovative company providing: (a) real-time market commentary, analysis and educational-related services in Chinese language character sets (traditional and simplified); (b) advertising and public relations-related support services; and (c) retail, online and direct sales of hemp-based products and other health-related products. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ChineseInvestors.com.

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