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Saudi Arabia will invest billions in giant shipyard

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A giant shipyard in Saudi Arabia will supply supply the country's oil industry with tanker vessels and rigs while also helping to create more than 10,000 jobs. Saudi Aramco and Hyundai Heavy Industries are part of the joint venture behind the yard. Investments will total billions of dollars.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 11.10.16 at 15:24

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