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Medina stock moves to OTC Bulletin Board

Medina International Holdings said today that its common stock trading moved from the Pink Sheets to the OTC Bulletin Board.

"We are pleased that we have moved up on the listing ladder to the OTCBB from the Pink Sheets," company president Daniel Medina said in a statement.

"The move to the OTCBB is central to our plan to grow our company and strategically increase our shareholder base," he added. "This event changes the trading landscape for our current and prospective shareholders. The move to the Bulletin Board will help us attract a more sophisticated and broader audience of individual and institutional investors, as well as increase our financing options and transparency in the investment community."

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