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SAGIASaudi Arabian General Investment Authority
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At the opening ceremony, the Deputy Governor of investments for the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority Sultan Mofti praised Huawei's commitment towards investing in the Kingdom and all they provide to local businesses and individuals.
Minister of Commerce and Industry; and Abdullatif Al-Othman, Governor of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority.
The Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) announced the reform to US businessmen during a visit by King Salman to Washington, adding that the changes would be subject to conditions, which would be revealed at a later stage.
Al Faisal, executive director for investment policy at the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority, said that under a new programme, the government would propose investments linked to such state spending plans.
ISLAMABAD -- Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) is introducing incentives for value-added foreign investments in a forward step to attract more foreign investors, says a senior official from the authority.
Furthermore, the Egyptian side noted that the rules set down by Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), such as the requirement of 75% Saudi representation in the workforce, hinders foreign investment in the country.
Bin Ladin group joint venture was awarded the project in November 2006 by the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority, the Jazan Economic City was reported to be 30 per cent complete as at the end of September 2010 by news services reporting in the fourth quarter.
SAGIA, the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority, was established in 2000 as part of the new foreign investment law in Saudi Arabia.
8, 2009 at a press conference held at the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) headquarters.
Figures from the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority show that the country's rapid domestic development led by planned economic cities indicates strong demand for domestic cargo services.
Schmidt made this comment during talks with Omar Al-Dabbagh, governor of Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA).
After receiving an environmental license from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Presidency of Metrology and Environment (PME) in July 2006, the company formed IPWG Saudi Limited and filed papers of incorporation with the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA).
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