October 22, 2018

Sanctions on Saudi Arabia are 'in the hands' of US Congress: Analyst

By Rachel Ziemba

Rachel Ziemba of Ziemba Insights says sanctions, even those which are "symbolic," on Saudi Arabia are not part of her "base case" for now.

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