SAUDI ARABIA: Is It Time To Turn Out The Lights?
Saudi Arabia is showing great commitment to economic growth, a fact that, along with its continued resistance to terrorism and terrorist financing, should provide some reassurance to Western investors. Robert Jordan reports
The recent escalation of security threats in Saudi Arabia suggets that it is not ‘business as usual’ in the Middle East’s most important economy. However, while these threats may cause aprehension among western businesses and investors seeking to enter the region, recent economic and legislative reforms, coupled with an increased Saudi commitment to the war on terror, have created an environment ripe with real economic opportunities. It is far from time to turn out the lights in Saudi Arabia.
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