The main point I got was that, Yongye Group is also working through the same sales network.
Yongye Group isn't a publically traded company. From previous documents, Yongye International is a subsidiary of Yongye Group. And yes, there will be a good explanation on how the revenues are shared with YONG as a public company.
h_grant_h: If Yongye International were a subsidiary of Yongye Group, then what the hell do YONG's shareholders own? I thought Yongye International was owned by YONG shareholders, not some Yongye Group.
I trust my own due diligence and Morgan Stanley's due diligence that determined that Yongye possessed a strong, broadbased network of nearly 30,000 branded retailers. The rapid growth in Sales & Net Income speak volumes.
The $horts can contrive all the distorted fictional financial krap...and Yongye will still go up in due time. So, UP yours you lying shill.
I wish the DEATH PENALTY were delivered for Naked $hort Sellers - then the Chinese Small Caps would probably soar higher.
It talked briefly about the two new products, and more are coming.
The two new products are different from Shengmingsu, which is a foliate spray, and are applied during the rooting phase of the planting. The liquid formulas are used to treat the seeds before planting, and they reduce plant diseases related to the rooting.