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Saudi Aramco to sign $50 billion of deals with US companies

Officials said earlier that many of the agreements would flesh out previously announced plans

Reuters  |  Riyadh 

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National giant expects to sign $50 billion of deals with US on Saturday, part of a drive to diversify the kingdom's economy beyond exports, Aramco's chief executive said on Saturday.

Nasser was speaking at a conference of scores of senior US and Saudi business executives, coinciding with the visit of US President to

He said 16 agreements with 11 would be signed, including memorandums of understanding for joint ventures. Officials said earlier that many of the agreements would flesh out previously announced plans.

 

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Saudi Aramco to sign $50 billion of deals with US companies

Officials said earlier that many of the agreements would flesh out previously announced plans

Officials said earlier that many of the agreements would flesh out previously announced plans

National giant expects to sign $50 billion of deals with US on Saturday, part of a drive to diversify the kingdom's economy beyond exports, Aramco's chief executive said on Saturday.

Nasser was speaking at a conference of scores of senior US and Saudi business executives, coinciding with the visit of US President to

He said 16 agreements with 11 would be signed, including memorandums of understanding for joint ventures. Officials said earlier that many of the agreements would flesh out previously announced plans.

 

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Saudi Aramco to sign $50 billion of deals with US companies

Officials said earlier that many of the agreements would flesh out previously announced plans

National giant expects to sign $50 billion of deals with US on Saturday, part of a drive to diversify the kingdom's economy beyond exports, Aramco's chief executive said on Saturday.

Nasser was speaking at a conference of scores of senior US and Saudi business executives, coinciding with the visit of US President to

He said 16 agreements with 11 would be signed, including memorandums of understanding for joint ventures. Officials said earlier that many of the agreements would flesh out previously announced plans.

 

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