NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Dec 6, 2013) - The Board of Directors of China Metro-Rural Holdings Limited (
"We are thankful for Mr. Cheng for his contributions in our overall business direction to CNR in past years as the Company has undergone a successful transformation from Man Sang Holdings Inc. to China Metro Rural and achieved profitability," said Mr. Sam Sio, CEO and Chairman of the Board.
"CNR will continue its strategic focus on growing revenues and maintaining profitability," said Mr. Cheng. "I am proud of our accomplishments over the past years and I am sincerely grateful for the support I have received from the Board of Directors, our customers and our employees. While I am transitioning as a shareholder only, I will remain a supporter and major shareholder of CNR."
The Board of Directors of the Company has accepted Mr. Cheng's resignation and Mr. Cheng confirms that he does not have any disagreement with the Board of Directors and there are no other matters related to his resignation that need to be brought to the attention of the shareholders of CNR or the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.
ABOUT CHINA METRO-RURAL HOLDINGS LIMITED
China Metro-Rural Holdings Limited is a leading agricultural logistics platform development and rural-urban migration and city re-development company in China.
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