Riyadh, The Council of Saudi Chambers, the US Department of Commerce and other relevant governmental bodies, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, virtually organized today the Saudi-American Infrastructure Summit, with a wide participation of the two friendly countries’ companies.
The President of the Council of Saudi Chambers Ajlan bin Abdulaziz Al-Ajlan, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Investment for Attracting and Developing Investment Eng. Mohammed Al-Wakeel, US top officials, including the US Chargé d’affaires Martina Strong, US Acting Deputy Under Secretary for International Trade Diane Farrell, representatives of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the Public Investment Fund took part in the event.
The participants focused on the current and future Saudi infrastructure’s projects as well as commercial and investment opportunities, at avail, for more than 200 participants from the US private sector, in addition to the Saudi private sector companies, including US companies’ leaders, in the domains of industries, such as waste management, information and communications technology, entertainment, travel and tourism, and transport and movement.
Source: Saudi Press Agency