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Orient Weekly Watch: CSIORS Edition - Friday, November 24th, 2023

2023-11-24 12:50

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Orient Weekly Watch: CSIORS Edition - Friday, November 24th, 2023

Let us navigate the Middle East's nuances: Lybian market; Saudi Arabia's Vision for 2030; Jordan looks for non-conventional water resources.


Let us guide you through the Middle East with curated links: insightful analyses and forecasts from top sources on regional complexities.



LibyaHerald.com: Economy Minister Holds Talks with Greek Firms Eyeing Entry into Libyan Market

Libyan Economy Minister Mohamed Al-Hwej met with Greek business owners to discuss opportunities in the Libyan market. The government is committed to developing trade relations, supporting company registration, trademarks, and investment projects. Both parties agreed to organize a larger meeting involving businesses from both countries under the Ministry of Economy and Trade's supervision.


JordanNews.jo: Water and Irrigation Minister Engages in Talks on Collaboration with Saudi Counterpart

Jordan's Minister of Water and Irrigation, Raed Abu Al Saud, and his Saudi counterpart, Abdulrahman bin Abdulmohsen Alfadley, discussed mutual cooperation on Arab water issues during the 15th Arab Ministerial Water Council session in Riyadh. They explored ways to address water scarcity and climate change impacts, emphasizing collaboration in non-conventional water resources. Abu Al Saud praised Saudi Arabia's initiatives, and Alfadley highlighted the importance of strategic relations. The meeting aimed to enhance Arab water security and sustainable development, focusing on the sixth goal of the Sustainable Development Plan 2030.


AlarabiyaNews: Can Saudi Arabia Surpass Its Vision 2030 Goals Sooner Than Expected?

Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030, launched in 2016, is on track to meet its diverse economic objectives, including enhanced public services, global elevation, and economic diversification. Notable progress includes Fitch's affirmation of the Public Investment Fund's credit rating, increased foreign direct investment, capital spending surge, and growing women's participation in the labor market. PwC's study and various reports suggest the Kingdom may even surpass its goals ahead of schedule.

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