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EFT BioTech Holdings, Inc.'s Sea Vessel Completes Inaugural Passenger Voyage Across the Taiwan Strait
Date:6/30/2009

- The 2,292-ton Ocean Lala sailed from the Taichung Harbor to Xiamen, China and carried 179 passengers and 23 crew members -

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. and HONG KONG, June 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EFT BioTech Holdings, Inc. (Pink Sheets: EFTB) announced today that the Company's subsidiary, Excalibur International Marine Corporation, completed its inaugural passenger voyage across the Taiwan Strait on June 28, 2009. The voyage across the Taiwan Strait takes only 4 1/2 hours, but it took Taiwan and China 60 years to ease tension and for Taipei to agree to lift the ban on sea links with China's mainland.

The voyage was featured in a news article that has run in several internet news sites, including the Taiwan Sun and the Qatar Tribune. Jack Qin, the President and CEO of EFT BioTech Holdings, Inc., stated, "We are excited to be recognized by the regional press and this coverage shows that people are truly interested in this much needed passenger and cargo service."

In October 2008, EFT, through a wholly-owned subsidiary, EFT Investment Company Ltd. purchased a 49% interest in Excalibur International Marine Corporation.

About EFT BioTech Holdings, Inc.

EFT BioTech Holdings, Inc. is a Nevada holding company which conducts its business through its wholly-owned subsidiary, EFT Biotech, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiaries and various vested interests. EFT BioTech Holdings, Inc. is a B2B e-commerce company serving consumers with EFT's "made in USA" neutraceuticals, health and beauty EFT branded products through its proprietary online business platform and website, www.eftb.us. Although our products are available for sale throughout the world, most Affiliates and consumers are located in China and Hong Kong. The contents of the Company's website are not incorporated by reference herein. Th
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