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Al-Rajhi: The Agreements Signed with Malaysia and Indonesia would boostInvestment and Business Relations and Serve Guidelines of Kingdom's Vision 2030

Tuesday 07 March 2017

Engr. Ahmad Suleiman Al-Rajhi, Chairman of Riyadh Chamber, commended the results of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque's visit to Malaysia and Indonesia. Engr. Al-Rajhi pointed out that HM's visit objectives focused on serving the common interests and promoting plans and programs of the economic reform, especially in the framework of the Kingdom's Vision 2030 and the National Transformation Program. Engr. Al-Rajhi added that HM's visit to Malaysia has included signing a number of bilateral cooperation agreements which aim at investing more than 8 billion riyals in the Saudi market, in addition to the implementation of a number of joint ventures in the energy field. Al-Rajhi proceeded that the next station of HM's tour has been Indonesia, where a joint declaration has been signed to raise the level of the Chairmanship of the Saudi-Indonesian Joint Committee for cooperation between the two countries. A cooperation program on SMEs sector has also been signed.