After concluding successful visit to Pakistan and India now Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reached in Beijing on Friday (Feb 21). His china visit is reportedly aims to seal partnerships on a high-profile Asia tour following a diplomatic crisis over a journalist’s brutal murder and ambitious Belt and Road global trade infrastructure initiative will be on the agenda during the prince’s visit.
“Saudi Arabia has a lot of capital that needs to find profitable places to be deployed,” Saudi Energy and Industry Minister Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al-Falih told China’s official news agency. “China is a great place to invest, with a huge market and an improving environment,” he said.
On Wednesday, Prince Mohammed met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose country counts Saudi Arabia as one of its key crude suppliers. After his meeting with Mr Modi, Prince Mohammed said the kingdom saw investment opportunities in “various fields to exceed US$100 billion (S$135 billion)”.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
21 May, 2019