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From: Rocco Mccollum (agapito@cisco.com)
Date: Tue Jan 24 2006 - 01:58:53 MET

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    50% price increase gets CWTD Listed on Stock Alert With Stockguru.com

    Company: China World Trade Corporation
    Symbol: CWTD
    10 Day Climb: $1.14 - $1.615
    Monday High: $1.72
    Short Term: $2.25 - $2.50
    Interest: Multiple Market Alerts
    Indicator: Strng Buy

    Due to HEAVY TRADING and Huge Price jumps over the last 10 days, CWTD has
    been listed on Stockguru.com and Stockhouse.com.

    CWTD has shown us solid returns over the last 10 climbing from $1.14 on
    Jan 11, to a high today of $1.72, a 50% increase.

    During the final hours of trading the price dipped to $1.615 giving
    investors a chance to set there opening buy for the morning before the price
    continues its climb.

    CWTD is a solid company on the market for many years, with several announcements
    in the new recently creating a steady growth in price and volume.

    Get On CWTD first thing in the morning and take advantage of today’s pricing
    before this stock resumes its climb tomorrow.

    Recent News:

    China World Trade Corporation Organizes The World Trade Financial Forum with Xinhua
    PR Newswire - Jan 19, 2006

    TIANHE, GUANGZHOU, China, Jan. 19 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- China World Trade Corporation
    (OTC Bulletin Board: CWTD) ("CWTD") announced today the successful completion of the
    World Trade Financial Forum, held on December 18, 2005 at Beijing's Landmark Tower
    building in China.

    The Forum was jointly held by CWTD and Xinhua PR Newswire. Guest keynote speakers
    included well-respected professionals from varied fields such as legal, accounting
    and financial public relations all jointly focused on addressing the opportunities
    and challenges for listed Chinese companies seeking to raise funds and becoming a
    publicly listed company in the U.S. Statistics published on one of the leading Chinese
    internet portals revealed the growing needs of Chinese enterprises seeking initial
    public offerings in the various capital markets around the world. In 2004, there were
    approximately 84 initial public offerings of Chinese companies, representing a 75%
    increase over 2003.

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