October 2007
Middle East Monitor: The Gulf;Oct2007, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p2
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The article presents an overview of Saudi Arabia's political risk, economic risk and business environment for 2007. The alliance between the country and the U.S. is expected to remain firm despite certain political disagreement. On the other hand, the Saudi All Share Index (SASI) is projected to be unaffected by the emerging crisis in global financial markets, while combined crude oil and gas liquids output is expected to remain broadly under the OPEC guidelines.


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