Prince Mohammed discusses investment opportunities with Japanese firms

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Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman meets senior official of Japan’s GX in Tokyo on Saturday to discuss investments in Yanbu, Saudi Aramco and partnerships in foreign investments. (SPA)
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Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with chair of the Saudi Business Council of Japan, Hideyoshi Saito. (SPA)
Updated 03 September 2016

Prince Mohammed discusses investment opportunities with Japanese firms

TOKYO: Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Saturday co-chaired a Saudi Business Council of Japan meeting and discussed investment opportunities being offered by the Kingdom in a host of sectors.
Prince Mohammed also met senior official of Japan’s GX to discuss investments in Yanbu, Saudi Aramco and partnerships in foreign investments.
In another development, Saudi delegations also held talks with the executive director of Japan Exchange Group to review investment opportunities in the Kingdom.
He also met Governor of Tokyo where the two sides discussed Saudi-Japanese relations and her experience to develop Tokyo as a smart city.
The Saudi delegation has signed a host of agreements with the Japanese companies in numerous fields including defence and military, economy, finance, oil and gas and other sectors.
Saudi Arabia and Japan signed seven Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) on the first day of Prince Mohammed’s visit.
The deputy crown prince also met officials of Japanese financial institutions late on Friday to discuss investment opportunities in the Kingdom within 'Vision 2030' framework.


Saudi books translated into Mandarin launched

Al-Madi expressed his happiness with the important step of translating Saudi literature into Mandarin. (SPA)
Updated 24 August 2019

Saudi books translated into Mandarin launched

  • Al-Madi expressed his happiness with the important step of translating Saudi literature into Mandarin

BEIJING: Three books on Saudi classical literature, which were translated into the Chinese language, were launched at a ceremony organized by the Beijing Teachers Qualification Publishing House.
The event was held in cooperation with the Center for Research and Intercommunication Knowledge in Riyadh, and the Department of Arabic Language at Beijing University for Foreign Studies.
It was attended by the Saudi ambassador to China, Turki Al-Madi, the president of the Center for Research and Intercommunication Knowledge, Dr. Yahya bin Junaid, and Chinese officials. Al-Madi expressed his happiness with the important step of translating Saudi literature into Mandarin.