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  • 1. NYSE Amex: SHZ Recent Stock Price: $1.25 (as of 4/30/12) 52 Week Range: $0.97 - $4.96 Shares Outstanding: 31.37 Million (as of 12/31/11) Market Capitalization: $39.21 MillionNo 166 Fushi Road Fiscal Year End: December 31Zeyang Tower EPS: $0.01 (2011 year)Beijing, 100043, P.R. China Website: www.chinaszmg.comChina Shen Zhou Mining & Resources, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the exploration, development, mining, and processing offluorite, barite and nonferrous metals such as zinc, lead and copper in China. The Company has the following principal areas of interest in China:(a) fluorite extraction and processing in the Sumochaganaobao region of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region; (b)fluorite and barite extraction andprocessing in the Wuchuan County of Guizhou province (c)fluorite and barite extraction and processing in the Yanhe County of Guizhouprovince.(d)fluorite extraction and processing in Jingde County, Anhui Province; (e) zinc/copper/lead processing in Wulatehouqi of Inner Mongolia;and (f) zinc/copper exploration, mining and processing in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. COMPANY HIGHLIGHTS FLUORITE • Operates the largest fluorite mine in the mineral-rich Northern China, Fluorite Lumps Avg. Price Fluorite Concentrate Avg. Price possibly the largest privately owned monomer fluorite asset in Asia 129.63 329.41 • Company mines are in the mineral rich areas of the Inner Mongolia 99 Autonomous Region and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, 91.65 known for their rich mineral deposits of fluorite, copper, lead and zinc 163.78 112.86 2009 2010 2011 2009 2010 2011 • Extremely scarce, non-renewable resource with wide industrial applications. According to a U.S. Geological Survey report, fluoride, along with other 14 metals and minerals including rare earth element, were shortlisted as critical raw material by EU for their scarcity and strategic value • Fluorite is especially critical for making lithium batteries and a key ingredient in industries including pharmacy, chemical, optics and environmental protection • To better control fluorite supply and enhance market prices, • Xiangzhen Mining subsidiary possesses one of the best fluorite mines new regulations issued in 2010 to limit the exploration of in China - high purity fluorite ore and good extracting conditions fluorite mineral resources in China • Xiangzhen has the largest fluorite processing plant in Northern China • The Chinese government closely controls the total fluorite • New government policies tighten entry requirements for fluorite mining production through licensing requirements and production for small producers and create advantages for larger fluorite limitations operations to maintain capacity and increase prices • Fluorite’s market price went up over 192% between 2009 • Some subsidiaries enjoy preferential tax and regulatory policies and 2011 • Regional mining teams available at relatively low expense SUPPLY DEMAND • Demand for acidspar (CaF2 purity >97%) grew steadily from • China has been the world’s leading producer over the last 20 years. 2000 to 2007 (2.7 Mt to 3.80 Mt) fuelled by rising living • Availability of exported Chinese material on the international market standards in emerging markets, which pushed up demand for has decreased significantly over the past 5 years fluorspars wide array of derivative chemical products, including • Reasons for flat production in china: export quotas and tariffs; rapidly usage as refrigerants increasing domestic demand • China’s acidspar consumption increased from 0.3Mt in 2000 to 1.6Mt in 2011, while consumption in rest of world decreased • 75% of China’s acidspar production is now used domestically; reducing availability to the rest of worldProduction ton 000 Annual 2011 23% China Mexico 7% Mongolia 53% 17% Other Countries
  • 2. NYSE Amex: SHZOPERATIONS f f d Resources/Reserves (,000 of tons) d f f Barite Subsidiaries Asset Name Fluorite Zinc Source d d 1,039 w. approx. 67.75% CaF2 f Xiangzhen Aobao Fluorite Mine 1,592,000 w. approx. 54.2% CaF2 N/A f N/A SRK d 4,631,000 w. approx. 54.26% CaF2 d f f N/A Xingzhen Keyinbulake Multi-Metal Property N/A 1000 N/A d d Guangrong Fluorite Mine N/A f N/A N/A N/A Xinyi f Xinyi Mine No.1 (Qingzheng Mine) 910 d N/A d SHZ Shuanghe Fluorite Mine 400 f N/A f 200 SHZ Wuchuan d d 300 Qingshuzi Fluorite Barite Mine 300 N/A SHZ Dongsheng f f 3 Other Fluorite Barite Mine 300 d N/A d 300 SHZ Meilan Fengshuiling Fluorite Barite Mine 400 N/A 600 SHZ Qianshi Jingliang Fluorite Barite Mine 100 N/A 200 SHZGROWTH STRATEGY FINANCIAL SUMMARY• Increase the reserves of fluorite and other mineral resources via M&A Pro forma amounts in thousands except EPS data• Expand into the high-end fluorine chemical market of fluorite chemical 2011* 2010 industry Net sales $40,623 $12,353• Seek to acquire nonferrous metals, precious metals and non-metallic mineral resources that have medium/short-term benefits. In particular, Gross profit $18,371 3,253 companies in Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia Selling expenses 288 124• Become Chinas largest fluorite-barite deep processing center G&A 15,142 5,035 Fluorite Concentrate Output Income from operations 3,219 -3,555 Fluorite Lumps Output 56,488.43 Net income attrib to common shareholders $5,048 -3,718 Diluted EPS $0.15 -0.12 40,945.06 36,133.95 Weighted avg of common shares outstanding 27,663.10 24,327.57 Diluted 34,631 30,116 15,261.40 Fluorite Revenue & Profit Fluorite Revenue & Profit 2009 2010 2011 2009 2010 2011 (,000) (,000) $11,256HIGHLY EXPERIENCED MANAGEMENT $8,012 $7,401Ms. Xiaojing Yu, Chairman $6,714 $5,705 $3,704 $3,91925 years experience in mining, traded non-ferrous metals and futures $3,597 Revenue $1,896 $2,133 $1,984 ProfitMr. Helin Cui, Chief Operating Officer, President and DirectorOver 20 years experience in mining and geology -$313 -$436Mr. Jianyin Zhu, Chief financial officer 1Q2011 2Q2011 3Q2011 4Q2011 -$2,293Master’s degree in management from Liaoning Technical University -$3,898 2008 2009 2010 2011CONTACTSMr. Fulun Song Officer of the Board of directors, China Shen Zhou Mining&Resources, Inc., investors@chinaszky.comMin Liu Grayling, 646-284-9413, min.liu@grayling.comShiwei Yin Grayling, 646-284-9474, shiwei.yin@grayling.comStatements in this fact sheet relating to plans, strategies, performance, trends, or projections of results and other statements that are not descriptions of historical facts may be forward-lookingstatements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Forward-looking information isinherently subject to risks and uncertainties, and actual results could differ materially from those anticipated due to a number of factors. Although the management believes that the expectationsreflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, it cannot guarantee future results, activity, performance or achievements. All forward-looking information is of this date and thecompany has no obligation to update these forward-looking statements. Past performance may not be indicative of future results. This fact sheet is not a solicitation to buy or sell securities and isfor information only. The information herein is not purported to be complete and this fact sheet should be read with other company documents such as those filed with the Securities andExchange Commission.

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