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American Oriental Bioengineering Appoints Anindya Chatterjee to Chief Strategy Officer
Date:6/9/2008

- Anindya Chatterjee Brings Over Thirteen Years of Capital Markets

Experience to AOBO - - New Role Emphasizes Strategic Growth Plan and Capital Markets Interaction

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NEW YORK, June 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Oriental Bioengineering, Inc. (NYSE: AOB) ("AOB" or "the Company"), a pharmaceutical company dedicated to improving health through the development, manufacture and commercialization of a broad range of prescription and over the counter ("OTC") products in China, today announced the appointment of Anindya Chatterjee to Chief Strategy Officer, effective May 23, 2008. Based in New York, Anindya Chatterjee will report to Lily Li, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of the Company.

Anindya Chatterjee will work closely with AOBO's management team to shape and execute the Company's core growth initiatives, including acquisition-led expansion and capital markets strategy. Further, he will also serve as the Company's interface with the investment community, playing a crucial role in enhancing investor communications and transparency.

Anindya Chatterjee brings more than thirteen years of capital markets experience to AOBO. He was previously a Managing Director in equity research at Jefferies & Co, where he headed Emerging Asian (China & India) equity research. He was also a Strategist and Economist focused on Non-Japan Asia for Bear Stearns & Company in Hong Kong. He held similar positions at IDEA INC. in New York, and NatWest Markets in Singapore, where he was the Emerging Markets Strategist and Regional Economist and Equity Strategist, respectively. He also was the Head of Research at ANZ Investment Bank in India, an
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