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Abstract:
American Nano Silicon Technology, Inc. (Pink Sheets: ANNO) announced today that the Company has officially begun work on its 100,000 ton per year production line for Micro- Nano-Silicon(TM). Micro-Nano Silicon(TM) is adaptable to many uses, including laundry detergent, petrochemical, plastics, rubber, paper, ceramics and water treatment industries. The total investment of this project is RMB60 million ($8 million). The first 50,000 tons of capacity will be completed and put into production in October 2008. It is reported that after the full 100,000 ton per year production line is put into operation, it can increase sales revenue by $67 million and net profit by $12 million annually.

American Nano Silicon Technology Launches Its 100,000 Ton Per Year Micro-Nano Silicon(TM) Production Line

New York, NY | Posted on November 1st, 2007

Currently, the research of the Sichuan Chunfei Research Institute of Refined Chemicals into Micro-Nano Silicon is fulfilling its promise. Government experts have reviewed the project and affirmed that the process is new, proprietary, useful and compliant with environmental regulations. ''We are pleased and honored to break ground on the production line. It is part of our Company's unswerving mission to develop more and more creative products to meet the needs of our customers,'' said Mr. Pu Fachun, Chairman of the Company.

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About American Nano Silicon Technology, Inc.
American Nano Silicon Technology, Inc., through its 95%-owned subsidiary, Nanchong Chunfei Nano Silicon Technologies Co., Ltd., located in Sichuan Province in Southwest China, is engaged in the business of manufacturing and distributing refined consumer chemical products across China through its subsidiary, Chunfei Chemicals, and veterinary drugs through another subsidiary, Hedi Medicines.

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