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San Diego-based Green Star Alternative Energy Inc., wind power developer, has announced that it is now a fully reporting Pink Sheet company, under the header GSAE.PK.

With the status of fully reporting Pink, Green Star has shown to regulators and shareholders a high level of transparency. Information regarding interim financial statements, legal opinions, corporate articles, 15c211 filings and other important data is now available for viewing at pinksheets.com. This is another important step in the process of becoming a fully reporting issuer on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB), according to the company.

"This will speed up transactions, as well as allow online investors full access to GSAE.PK," says J. M. De Castro, CFO of Green Star Alternative Energy. "This is also a very important step in the process of obtaining a listing on the OTCBB. We continue to work diligently on all necessary administrative details that move the company forward."

SOURCE: Green Star Alternative Energy

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