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  2. Jubail - Wikipedia

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    Jubail commercial port. Jubail ( Arabic: الجبيل, Al Jubayl) is a city in the Eastern province on the Arabian Gulf coast of Saudi Arabia, with a total population of 474,679 as of 2022. [1] It is home to the largest industrial city in the world. [2] It is also home to the Middle East's largest and world's fourth largest petrochemical ...

  3. Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu - Wikipedia

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    The Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) was established on 21 September 1975, as an autonomous organization of the Saudi Arabian Government. The commission is governed by a board of directors and its chairman reports to the Council of Ministers. The chairman's office in Riyadh formulates policies and oversees implementation through two ...

  4. Jubail Industrial City - Wikipedia

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    Jubail Industrial City, the world's largest industrial city, was established in 1975 and is located in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. [1] It covers 1,016 square kilometers and includes industrial complexes and port facilities. It contributes to about 7% of Saudi Arabia's GDP. [2]

  5. Ministry of Commerce (Saudi Arabia) - Wikipedia

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    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. King Fahad Industrial Port (Jubail) - Wikipedia

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    King Fahad Industrial Port (Jubail) /  27.017°N 49.667°E  / 27.017; 49.667. The King Fahad Industrial Port (Jubail) is a Saudi port located in Jubail city of Saudi Arabia. [2] The port was established in 1974 to serve Jubail Industrial city and now is considered as one of the largest industrial ports in the world. [3]

  7. International Indian School Jeddah - Wikipedia

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    The Indian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the Patron of the school. The Indian Consulate oversees the functioning of the school through an Observer in the rank of a Consul. The administration of the school is carried out by the chairman and five members of the Managing Committee. Courses offered

  8. Jeddah Islamic Port - Wikipedia

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    Jeddah Islamic Port is a Saudi Arabian port, located in Jeddah on the Red Sea, at the middle of an international shipping route between the east and west via the Suez Canal. It is the second-largest and second-busiest port in the Arab world (after the Port of Jebel Ali in Dubai, UAE ). The city of Jeddah is the second-largest city in Saudi ...

  9. Economy of Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia

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    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.