Canadian International Pharma Corp. Engages Arab Gulf Region Consultant

West Vancouver, British Columbia, November 16, 2016 – Canadian International Pharma Corp. (the “Company” or “CIPC”) – CIPC is pleased to announce that it has engaged Bahrain Capital Group to assist in developing strategic Arab Gulf Region partnerships.

As a result of Bahrain Capital’s initial introductions, meetings have been arranged this month with H.R.H Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Bin Saud of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and also Sheikh Abdullah Al Khalifa of Bahrain. Dr. Mehrun Payravi, President of CIPC, will attend these meetings as part of an International trip planned for November.  As well as these meetings, Dr. Payravi will travel to India to attend the CPhI trade show, to source from leading pharmaceutical ingredients and machinery suppliers, and will endeavour to meet with key government officials and supplier/manufacturers in India, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.

The Company believes there are significant opportunities to establish joint ventures for the sale and production of medications in the Gulf region. The Gulf Cooperation Council (“GCC”) is a regional common market made up of 6 states including Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE.

As a result of the region’s growing youth population and a continued rise in expat workers, the Gulf’s dependence on world-class pharmaceuticals is growing significantly.  The GCC is home to some of the highest levels of lifestyle disease with five of the six Gulf nations featuring in the top 10 countries in the world for the most prevalent levels of diabetes. Levels of heart disease are also high and the combination of increasing hereditary and lifestyle-related health problems indicate the region will demand an increasing supply of medicines over the coming decades.

About Bahrain Capital Group

The Bahrain Capital Group (BCG) is a dynamic private corporation with the overall vision for attracting investment into the Kingdom and financially supporting initiatives that enhance the investment climate.

The BCG works with the government and both current and prospective investors to ensure that Bahrain’s investment climate is attractive, to communicate the key strengths, and to identify where opportunities exist for further economic growth through investment.

About Canadian International Pharma Corp.

Canadian International Pharma Corp. (“CIPC” or the “Company”) is an emerging multi-faceted pharmaceutical company that is in the process of developing generic and nutraceutical drug manufacturing, distribution and sales. CIPC has recently launched its PharmaCert Program.  PharmaCert is a certification program for testing and measuring finished dosage forms of nutraceutical and pharmaceutical medications. The Company has also aligned itself with Canadian and US manufacturers with the objective of manufacturing generics and nutraceuticals for Canadian and overseas markets.

For further information, contact Mr. Clive Shallow, Shareholder Communications, at 604-922-2030, or visit the Company’s website at


“Mehrun Payravi”


Mehrun Payravi, President

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