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China West II Files Suit Against Genesis Pharmaceuticals and Capital Research Group Inc, Announces Conference Call Details
Date:11/27/2008

s well as former Genesis Chairman of the Board and CEO and CEO of Genesis Holdings.

Furthermore, in addition to the arbitration and current litigation cases, Capital Research Group will hold a shareholder caucus, via teleconference on November 28, 2008 at 12 pm EST. The purpose of this teleconference and online gathering will be to discuss the prospect of potential shareholder litigation against Genesis Pharmaceutical Enterprise, GTEC Current and Past Directors and GTEC Holdings. The telephone number for the conference is 1-888-296-6828 and the pass code is 516928.

China West II is represented by Jeffrey Tew, Esq., Tew Cardenas, 15th Floor Four Seasons Tower, 1441 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 3331. Genesis is represented by Benjamin Olive, Esq., Olive & Associates, 2438 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301. China Wind Systems traded as high as $6.00.


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