Perhaps the crown prince’s recent participation in a strategic dialogue session within the activities of the World Economic Forum, with the presence of more than 160 influential international business leaders and entrepreneurs representing 28 sectors and 36 countries, confirms Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s position in the international community.
Observers of the exceptional Saudi transformation story in the region do not find the Crown Prince making headlines in international newspapers and economic forums surprising, but rather justified. In addition to his reform efforts and creative ideas in support of youth, and his tremendous initiatives to strengthen the Kingdom’s position through Vision 2030.
Since the launch of the Saudi transformation journey in 2015, and the rapid and accelerating reforms at various levels, the Kingdom has caught the world’s attention with its serious moves towards economic transformation and targeting the untapped opportunities that the country enjoys and knocking on the doors of promising and new sectors, in addition to being a major driver of the oil market.
All this and more confirms the interest of decision-makers and business leaders around the world in the Saudi experience, and the presence of more than 160 influential international business leaders and entrepreneurs representing 28 sectors and 36 countries in the Crown Prince’s session within the activities of the World Economic Forum, leaves a real impression of the desire of business and financial experts around the world to see and know More and even participation in the Saudi transformation story, and its huge investments that benefit the region and the world.
During the dialogue session, the Crown Prince discussed major investment opportunities in the Kingdom amounting to $ 6 trillion over the next 10 years, including $ 3 trillion in investments in new projects, within the framework of the opportunities provided by Vision 2030 to unleash the Kingdom’s untapped capabilities and establish growth sectors. New and promising.
It is noteworthy that the World Economic Forum was established in 1971 in Geneva, Switzerland, as an international non-governmental organization, and aims to improve the state of the world by strengthening cooperation between the public and private sectors, and the forum seeks to involve the most prominent leaders of politics and the private sector with the aim of forming international, regional and industrial agendas. The involvement of a number of specialists, including leaders, politicians, decision-makers, leaders of the private sector, educational institutions and think tanks.