October 29, 2019

Saudi Arabia Moving Forward With Plans To Sell Shares Of Aramco

By Rachel Ziemba

Saudi Arabia says it's going ahead with plans to sell shares of the state oil company, Aramco. It's a long-delayed effort to raise money for the monarchy's reform program but investors are skeptical. Rachel Ziemba joins Jackie Northam on NPR's All Things Considered to discuss.

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