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  2. Khaled Al-Saif - Wikipedia

    He held the position of chairman of the Board of Directors of Green Valley Investment Company and Ethar Investment Company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Khaled Al-Saif served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Saudi-British Business Council, the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce, and the Riyadh Charitable Society for Science at ...

  3. Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia,_Saudi_Arabia

    ISO 3166 code. SA-04. The Eastern Province ( Arabic: المنطقة الشرقية al-Mintaqah ash-Sharqīyah ), also known as the Eastern Region, is the easternmost of the 13 provinces of Saudi Arabia. It is the nation's largest province by area and the third most populous after the Riyadh and Mecca provinces. In 2017, the population was ...

  4. Jeddah Chamber of Commerce & Industry - Wikipedia

    The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (JCCI) is the chamber of commerce in the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. JCCI is one of the oldest business and services organizations in Saudi Arabia. [citation needed] It was established by a royal decree dated January 1946. Since then, with the efforts of 20 sessions of the Board of Directors, the ...

  5. Ministry of Commerce (Saudi Arabia) - Wikipedia

    The Ministry of Commerce ( MC; Arabic: وزارة التجارة) is a cabinet-level government ministry of Saudi Arabia responsible for both commerce and investment sectors in the kingdom. [1] Its responsibilities include the development and implementation of policies and mechanisms that govern the sectors of commerce and Investment. [1]

  6. Economy of Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia

    The economy of Saudi Arabia is the second-largest in the Middle East and the nineteenth-largest in the world. [6] The Saudi economy is highly reliant on its petroleum sector. Oil accounts on average in recent years for approximately 40% of Saudi GDP and 75% of fiscal revenue, with substantial fluctuations depending on oil prices each year.

  7. Ghazi Abdul Rahman Al Gosaibi - Wikipedia

    University College London. Ghazi Abdul Rahman Al Gosaibi ( Arabic: غازي بن عبدالرحمن القصيبي; 3 March 1940 – 15 August 2010) was a Saudi politician, diplomat, technocrat, poet, and novelist. He was an intellectual and a member of the Al Gosaibi family that is one of the oldest and richest trading families of Saudi Arabia ...

  8. Khobar - Wikipedia

    013-8. Website. Khobar ( Arabic: ٱلْخُبَر, romanized : al-Khubar) is a city and governorate in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf. With a population of 409,549 as of 2022 in the city core and 658,550 in the governorate, [1] Khobar is part of the 'Triplet Cities ...

  9. Makkah Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Wikipedia

    The Makkah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MCCI) is a semi-government organization that regulates and serves the business community in Makkah. The MCCI was established by a royal decree dated January 1947.