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Saudi Arabia says won’t withdraw US investments

By Reuters
19 December 2016   |   5:00 am
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister says the Kingdom won't withdraw investments in the U.S. after the election of Donald Trump or due to the potential for lawsuits under the U.S. Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, known as JASTA.

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