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  2. 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] The current minister is Majid bin Abdullah Al Qasabi ...

  3. Ajlan & Brothers - Wikipedia

    Ajlan & Brothers manufactures classic menswear, ready-made clothes, and winter clothes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Persian Gulf region. The company was established in 1979 with a head office in Riyadh . Ajlan Al Ajlan was appointed chairman of the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 2018. He is a Saudi businessperson, establishing ...

  4. Khobar - Wikipedia

    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' area, or Dammam metropolitan area along with Dammam and Dhahran, forming the ...

  5. Majid bin Abdullah Al Qasabi - Wikipedia

    Salman (2020–2022) Mohammad bin Salman (2022–present) Preceded by. Turki Al-Shabanah. Personal details. Born. 1960 (age 63–64) Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Majid bin Abdullah Al Qasabi is the Minister of Commerce and former acting Minister of Media of Saudi Arabia .

  6. List of companies of Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia

    Saudi Arabia is a sovereign Arab state in Western Asia constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula. The country's command economy is petroleum-based but slowly diversifying; in 2017 58% of budget revenues and 85% of export earnings came from the oil industry. [1] [2] The country plans to reduce oil-based revenues to 42% by 2023. [3] A considerable proportion of Saudi companies are owned by ...

  7. List of Saudi cities by GDP per capita - Wikipedia

    This article includes a list of the main Saudi cities sorted by their Gross Domestic Product ( GDP) per capita, [1] the list includes 5 cities, Riyadh, Jeddah, Khobar, Dhahran and Dammam.

  8. King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology - Wikipedia

    King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology ( KACST; Arabic: مدينة الملك عبدالعزيز للعلوم والتقنية) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is a governmental organization established in 1977 as the Saudi Arabian National Center for Science & Technology (SANCST); in 1985, it was renamed King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology.

  9. Al-Kharj - Wikipedia

    Al-Kharj. /  24.148333°N 47.305000°E  / 24.148333; 47.305000. Kharj ( Arabic: الخرج) is a governorate in central Saudi Arabia. It is one of the important governorates in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Located in the southeast of the capital Riyadh, it covers an area of 19,790 km2 ~ 4,890,215.5 acres, and has a population of 376,325 ...