Saudi Arabia aims to attract $32 billion investment to the its mining and minerals industry through nine new projects. According to the state news agency SPA’s news citing its minister, these new projects are aimed at supporting the export of mineral products to local and international markets. Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources Bandar bin…

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