Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

China BAK Battery, Inc. (CBAK)

4/21/2006 Proxy Information

BAK Battery has several outstanding short term bank notes payable to (i) Agricultural Bank of China (Longgang Branch), (ii) Shenzhen Commercial Bank (Shuibei Branch), (iii) Shenzhen Development Bank (Longgang Branch) and (iv) China Minsheng Bank (Binhai/Shenzhen Branches) and (v) Construction Bank of China (Shenzhen Branch), respectively, the proceeds of which were used primarily to fund the operations of our manufacturing facility located at the BAK Industrial Park and for general working capital requirements. At December 31, 2005, we had aggregate amounts due and payable under these debt arrangements of $72.637 million. The debt arrangements bear interest at rates ranging from 5.022% to 6.138% and have maturity dates ranging from six to twelve months. This indebtedness is generally guaranteed by BAK International, by Xiangqian Li, our director, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, and by Jilin Provincial Huaruan Technology Company Limited by Shares, a People’s Republic of China company (“Huaruan Technology”). Mr. Li has also pledged 19,053,887 of his 21,233,437 shares of our common stock to secure certain of our indebtedness. Mr. Li is the controlling stockholder and an executive officer of Huaruan Technology. The indebtedness to Shenzhen Commercial Bank is guaranteed by Mr. Li and by an unaffiliated third party guarantor. None of Mr. Li, Huaruan Technology or the third party guarantor received or is entitled to receive any consideration for the above referenced guarantees, and we are not independently obligated to indemnify any of those guarantors for any amounts paid by them pursuant to any guarantee.

On September 30, 2004, BAK Battery entered into a Financial Advisory Agreement with HFG International, Ltd., a Hong Kong corporation, pursuant to which HFG International agreed to provide BAK Battery with consulting help in implementing an organizational structure that would facilitate accessing the capital markets of the United States. In consideration for these services, HFG International was paid a fee of $400,000 in conjunction with the consummation of BAK Battery’s private placement on January 20, 2005. Timothy P. Halter, our former Chief Executive Officer, is the principal stockholder and an executive officer of HFG International. We believe the agreement was on terms at least as favorable to BAK Battery as those that could have been negotiated with an unaffiliated party providing similar services.