International Star, Inc.

OTC: ILST

Media

Media Coverage

ILST’s Van Deemen Project Featured in Chinese Publication

Stratum Resources is assisting ILST in obtaining financing in Australia and the Far East. They were able to arrange an article in the Aug 30 issue of China Non Ferrous Metal News http://www.cnmn.com.cn/ShowNews1.aspx?id=353447 on the Van Deemen gold project in Northwestern Arizona. With limited domestic resources and growing demand, Chinese companies are currently looking to invest in overseas assets as the gold price rebounds after touching the lowest in almost 6 years in December.

"China Nonferrous Metals News" was founded on July 1, 1985, is sponsored by China Non-ferrous Metals Industry Association, is the only one Industrial newspaper covering the china non-ferrous metals industry. Newspapers is the Folio-eight layout-color newspaper, which is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, issue home and abroad. "http://www.cnmn.com.cn" is an integrated information website, which is in the charge of the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association and is sponsored by the China Nonferrous Metals news. It owns the first category News qualification approved by Information Office of the State Council and the Information network dissemination of audio-visual program permissions qualification approved by SARFT. It is important window for China's non-ferrous metals industry.

The publication is in Chinese; click here to see the translation. 

 

Corporate Webcasts

International Star Featured Live On Princeton Research's Money Info Radio Show Tuesday, Nov 11, 2015

http://www.princetonresearch.com/arizona-usa-gold-mining-stock-news/

 

International Star Hosts Virtual Mine Tour on Wednesday, October 28, 2015

 

International Star Hosts Live Webcast on Tuesday, August 4, 2015

 

International Star Featured Live On Princeton Research's Money Info Radio Show Tuesday, July 21, 2015

 

Inaugural Webcast April 15, 2014

The Company is pleased to be able to provide a replay of the inaugural webcast. Slight editing of the webcast was necessary due to recording issues.

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