Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority will organise the Saudi-Indian and Saudi-Chinese business forum to promote economic cooperation. Both India and China are willing to increase their investments in Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority in cooperation with the Saudi Center for International Strategic Partnerships (SCISP) will organise Saudi-Indian and Saudi-Chinese business forums in addition to the Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy prime minister and minister of defence visit to these countries.
The Saudi-Indian and Saudi-Chinese business forums will promote economic cooperation and consolidate economic and cultural relations to achieve the goals of sustainable development in various fields.
The Saudi-Indian Forum is scheduled to open in New Delhi and Saudi-Chinese Forum will be held in Beijing. The forum will see the participation of a number of relevant government agencies to introduce encouraging investment opportunities in Saudi Arabia.
A number of joint agreements will be signed in the forum within the framework of the objectives of the economic and development reform of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
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