Saudi Arabia showcases $53B in deals at conference

Money The Washington Times

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Saudi Arabia has announced nearly 40 agreements worth $53 billion, billed as the latest effort by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to attract investment, create jobs and diversify revenue away from oil. A further 29 deals worth $960 million in sectors such as mining, ... …

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