Penny Stock News: GTSO Forges New Global Strategic Profit Alliance with Beijing Bullion Transfer Group

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SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Green Technology Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB:GTSO) today announced the signing of a global strategic profit alliance agreement with the Beijing
Bullion Transfer Group (BBTG), signaling an expansion in the company’s
mining strategy to include gold and other precious metals.

The Beijing Bullion Transfer Group offers GTSO needed experience and
expertise in trading, marketing and transporting gold, silver, platinum
and precious metals worldwide. According to the new profit alliance
agreement, BBTG will find, develop and market gold and other metals on
properties in Mongolia, the Republic of Congo and elsewhere around the
globe while GTSO provides the necessary start-up expenses and operating
costs. Potential profits from these collaborative projects will be
divided between the companies.

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