SOURCE: China Shuangji Cement, Ltd

China Shuangji Cement, Ltd

March 09, 2010 09:29 ET

China Shuangji Cement, Ltd. Profiled in E-Alert From The China Club

ZHAOYUAN CITY, CHINA--(Marketwire - March 9, 2010) -  China Shuangji Cement, Ltd. (OTCBB: CSGJ) ("China Shuangji" or the "Company"), a leading producer of high-quality Portland cement in Shandong and Hainan Provinces in the People's Republic of China (PRC), announced today that it was profiled in The China Club's 'China Advantage E-Mail Alert' on February 24th, 2010.

The e-mail alert, entitled 'A Ground Floor Opportunity Knocks,' cited that "China's booming economy has made it the largest consumer of cement in the world and is projected to account for close to half of global cement consumption in 2010." According to the alert, "Although China Shuangji's year-over-year revenues and net income were virtually flat, the Company is expecting to more than double its output with plant upgrades." The alert added, "We think this basic business has headroom for growth with the stock trading at a mere $0.54 per share. With a new bilingual CFO in place, we wouldn't be surprised to see independent directors appointed and other milestones fall into place for a move to a major exchange."

"We are excited to be recognized by 'The China Club' as a leading producer of Portland cement in Shandong and Hainan Provinces underpinned by solid industry fundamentals," stated Mr. Wenji Song, Chairman and President of China Shuangji Cement, Ltd. "We believe that our business currently represents a compelling value as we position ourselves for significant capacity expansion."

China Shuangji is The China Club's featured company in the March issue of its monthly newsletter entitled "The China Dispatch." In addition, China Shuangji has also been discussed in 'China OTC Player/Rising China Stocks,' a blog focused on emerging Chinese companies:

About China Shuangji Cement, Ltd.

China Shuangji Cement, Ltd. (OTCBB: CSGJ), through its affiliates and controlled entities, is a leading producer of high-quality Portland cement in Shandong and Hainan Provinces. Its processed cement products are primarily purchased by contractors for the construction of buildings, roads, and other infrastructure projects. The Company currently produces approximately 1,500,000 tons of Portland cement annually from two facilities in Hainan and one facility in Shandong and it expects its output will increase by 1,000,000 tons to a total of 2,500,000 tons once the new Zhaoyuan (Shandong Province) plant and upgrades are completed.

About The China Club

The China Club is a worldwide membership organization that publishes a monthly newsletter entitled "The China Dispatch" and e-alerts entitled "China Advantage E-Alerts." The China Club carefully researches investment opportunities for individual and institutional investors, both in the U.S. and internationally. Its primary focus is on profitable, fast growing and well-managed micro and small cap Chinese companies trading on U.S. exchanges U.S. and public companies with a major operational presence in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. For more information, please visit

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