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Private capital holds back in Saudi Arabia

By Bloomberg
02 December 2018   |   1:13 pm
The Khashoggi murder has soured many of the world's politicians on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. But, sources have told Bloomberg that private domestic capital turned against him long before the killing.

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