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Saudi Arabia wins emerging market status

By Bloomberg
30 March 2018   |   9:00 am
Tadawul CEO, Khalid Al Hussan, discusses global investor optimism in the Saudi Arabian stock exchange. He addresses the crackdown on corruption and talks about the Saudi Aramco IPO.

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