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Saudi Arabia invests $51 billion in first wave of Shareek diversification

The Shareek investment and diversification strategy is set to create more than 64,000 jobs by 2040.
HRH Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Saudi Arabia launched $51.2 billion of investments guided by local companies including Saudi Aramco, SABIC and Ma’aden, amongst others, in a signing ceremony on Wednesday.

The event was held to announce the first wave of projects across eight companies supported by the Shareek program, which is dedicated to large companies and seeks to unlock the full potential of Saudi Arabia’s private sector, according to the country’s government news agency SPA. 

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