Saudi Arabia to increase FDI to 5.7pct of GDP
28 Apr 2017
(MENAFN) Saudi Arabia aims to enhance the foreign direct investment from 3.8 percent of its recent GDP to almost 5.7 percent this year in order to diversify its economy.
In addition, the effort is part of the kingdom’s Vision 2030 Plan and National Transformation Program, while details will be revealed at the Saudi Arabian Forum 2017.
The forum will ensure complete coverage of the latest market information, project updates, macroeconomic insight and addressing strategic labor issues and solutions.
Moreover, KSA continues to be the biggest and the most important market in the area, whereas the Forum 2017 is a valuable and important occasion to come together to discuss the chances the future has to offer.