China Tracker - Details for Qiao Xing Universal Resources (XINGF)

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 Qiao Xing Universal Resources
 Business Outlook

Recent Chain of Events:
2012-08-23 -- SEC Registration REVOKED
2012-06-15 -- Delisting from NASDAQ
2012-04-16 -- Trading halted by NASDAQ
2012-01-19 -- Auditor Change
2011-12-01 -- Last Quarterly/Annual Report: Q2/FY2011 ended June 30, 2011

(Source: Trading China, 2012-09-30)

Our mining operations achieved significant growth in 2010. With our newly acquired Xinyuan lead-zinc mine and Aolunhua copper-molybdenum mine starting to contribute to our financial results this year, we expect the growth of our mining business to continue to accelerate in 2011 and beyond. We continue to implement our strategy of becoming a pure-play resources company and are currently considering options to divest of our remaining telecommunications business. We expect to formalize and announce our final decision in June 2011.

(Source: PR Newswire, 2011-05-18)

Qiao Xing Universal Resources today announced that its subsidiary has placed the winning bid and completed the acquisition of a 34.53% equity interest in Chifeng Aolunhua Mining Co. for US$28 million from a local Chinese government agency. The consideration for the bid will be paid in two cash installments within six months. With the cash in hand, cash flow to be generated from our three in-operation mining projects as well as some bank loans (when necessary), we believe that we will be able to pay the purchase price as scheduled. Given our financial condition and reputation in China, we believe that bank loans will be available to us if we need them.

"As the Chinese government is preparing to classify molybdenum as a national mining resource, which could limit its mining starting this year, we are increasingly optimistic about the business case for supplying molybdenum products and the long-term price trend. We believe that this additional copper-molybdenum mine, with molybdenum reserves and milled molybdenum ore production capacity of four and ten times, respectively, that of our existing Haozhou molybdenum mine, will be an excellent fit with our strategy of increasing our business scale and strengthening our resources portfolio. We are now a major investor in Aolunhua. We further intend to acquire a controlling equity interest in Aolunhua at an appropriate price and time in the future. XING is now poised to be one of the leading players in the molybdenum mining business in China. Following two important acquisitions, we think we have reached our initial goal of becoming a company with meaningful size in the resources industry. However, we will not cease our efforts to explore additional acquisition opportunities in the future to enhance our foothold in China's resources industry."

(Source: PR Newswire, 2011-01-05)

XING continues to expect that its molybdenum business in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia will contribute a net profit of more than US$24 million in the 2011 fiscal year. The Company also continues to expect that the acquisition of Balinzuo Banner Xinyuan Mining Co., Ltd, which owns a relatively large-scale lead-zinc mine in Balinzuo Banner, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2010. In addition, the Company expects to increase this lead-zinc mine's production capacity to extract 2,000 metric tons of ore per day after completion of the acquisition and remains optimistic that it will be a major source of cash and net income.

The Company is now in the process of acquiring another large molybdenum mine in Inner Mongolia. With the expected completion of the proposed privatization of QXMC, XING expects to have strong financial resources for the future acquisition of more mines and ultimately become a "Pure Resources, Bigger Player". "As we continue to work on completing our proposal to privatize QXMC, we have also made steady progress in our proposed acquisitions of molybdenum, copper, lead and zinc mines. These developments demonstrate our clear strategy and our confidence in the long-term growth of the resources industry."

(Source: PR Newswire, 2010-12-07)

We anticipate that in the second half of 2010, we will see continued growth in our Haozhou Molybdenum Mining business, which may grow eventually to contribute net profit of over US$24million in FY2011. The acquisition of Balinzuo Banner Xinyuan Mining Co., Ltd, which owns a relatively large-scale lead-zinc mine in Balinzuo Banner, in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China, is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2010. We expect to increase this Lead-zinc mine's production capacity to mill 2,000 tons of ore per day after completion of the acquisition and hope that it will be another major cash and net income generator to XING. We are now evaluating the opportunities of acquiring some other big mines. With the expected completion of the proposed privatizing of our subsidiary QXMC, XING will have strong financial resources for future acquisitions and become a "Pure Resources, Bigger Player" finally.

(Source: 8-K Filing, 2010-09-10)
Basic Materials

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Current Price:  n/a
F10k Day (1999-02-19): -100.00%$5.61
2009 Close: -100.00%$2.19
2010 Close: -100.00%$2.83
2011 Close: -100.00%$0.61
High (2012-02-10): -100.00%$0.92
Low (2012-07-26): -100.00%$0.05
Market Capitalization: n/a
Total Shares: 89.90 mill
Float: n/a
Avg Volume: n/a
Last Quarter: 2010-06-30
Revenue (MRQ): 40.06 mill
Net Income (MRQ): 4.14 mill
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