Diplomatic Liaison

The maxim applies…“Crude Oil and Global politics go together like hand in glove.” As a result of our predominant activity in the global-energy industry, we have had no alternative but to develop, and hone our diplomatic department. This investment has proven, time and again, to be the navigator’s compass pointing toward success.

+Flexibility has allowed us to move our diplomacy laterally when structuring government bonds, formulating relief solutions for government programs requiring vast sums of money, or negotiating the purchase or sale of strategic minerals and materials. We are constantly aware of the need for utmost discretion and confidentiality. Our diplomatic liaison is either extended by the founder of Global-Link Business Foundation Limited, or any one or more of our very capable executive directors. All our executives guarantee complete anonymity, and ensure expert diplomacy at any level. This facility is naturally extended to the private sector, where corporate strategic planning, re-capitalizing, re-financing, and re-structuring are all to be kept from opposition competitors.

Recent News

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Sanctions imposed over Iran’s nuclear program lifted

February 8th, 2016|0 Comments

ARTICLE SOURCE: PressTV

Sanctions imposed on Iran over its nuclear program are lifted following confirmation of Tehran’s commitment to​ the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action by the International Atomic Energy Agency.

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and […]

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Why clean energy is now expanding…

January 28th, 2016|0 Comments

ARTICLE SOURCE: Washingtonpost -Why clean energy is now expanding even when fossil fuels are cheap

In a new analysis, Bloomberg New Energy Finance finds that 2015 was a record year for global investment in the clean […]

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OPEC crude output falls in September, led by Gulf producers’ decline

October 7th, 2015|0 Comments

OPEC crude output fell this month, led by declines in the group’s three-biggest producers.

Output from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries fell by 233,000 barrels to 32.048 million a day this month, according to a […]

Commodity rout beginning to look like a crisis

October 7th, 2015|0 Comments

The 15-month commodities free-fall is starting to resemble a full-blown crisis.

Investors are reacting to diminished demand from China and an end to the cheap-money era provided by the Federal Reserve. A Bloomberg index of commodity […]