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RainEarth (RNER) Continues to Expand its Marketing Force in China
Date:6/29/2009

BEIJING, June 29 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- RainEarth Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: RNER; "the Company"), announced today that the Company's Chinese subsidiary, Beijing Rain and Earth Technology Development Corp. Ltd. ("China RainEarth") attended the Fourth session of Marketing Forum for Medicine and Health Products.

A good marketing strategy can be crucial in today's economy for medicine and health products. In the forum, participants explored various marketing strategies and China RainEarth introduced its marketing network.

Headquartered in the Chinese capital of Beijing and with an office in Shanghai, host of the upcoming 2010 Expo, China RainEarth has signed marketing agreements with a number of companies. HangZhou LongRun Technology Corp. Ltd. assists China RainEarth in recruiting sales distribution agents in Eastern and Southern China for DX Multifunction Blood Purifier and Blood Dialyzers. BallYa International Corp. Ltd., an experienced Import and Export Company, will assist China RainEarth in exploring the international market.

China RainEarth has also signed a partnership agreement with Beijing JiaHua RiSheng Biotechnology Corp. Ltd., which provides blood purifying services at the "Blood Purifying Center". China RainEarth also has partnership with Taiyuan PuKang Hospital as well as Beijing Plasma Science & Technology Studio. Well known experts and an experienced care team from these partners will also assist China RainEarth to keep up with the state of the art technology and distributing the dialysis equipment across the nation.

As Zhu, Yong Fu, CEO of the Company states, "Attending the Fourth session of Marketing Forum for Medicine and Health Products means that China RainEarth will continue to expand its business and stay at the forefront of marketing and technological innovation."

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