Forging stronger ties with China and Japan

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HE Khalid A. Al-Falih and Amin Nasser attend a bilateral meeting with Sumitomo Chemical chairman Osamu Ishitobi. The discussion was focused on current as well as future business opportunities resulting from Vision 2030.

A royal delegation led by HRH Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman convened a series of strategically important bilateral meetings in China and Japan between August 28 and September 9, the results of which promise to produce long-term positive impacts for the Kingdom. The purpose of the visit was to unveil Saudi Vision 2030 to Chinese and Japanese government and business leaders and to discuss the opportunities it affords for further partnership, collaboration, and investment for their respective countries.

The week’s events consisted of highly organized and structured business forums, ministerial events, negotiations, customer meetings, agreement signings, and media interviews. Many of the Kingdom’s ministers, including the Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, participated in the Asia visit.

“I’m confident that as we seek to realize Saudi Vision 2030 and to forge an even more prosperous tomorrow for our citizens, the spirit of partnership and the shared values between our nations and our peoples will further flourish in the years to come, while offering tremendous new opportunities to Japanese and Chinese companies and investors,” said Al-Falih.

Saudi Aramco’s president and CEO, Amin Nasser, was also an active contributor to the proceedings, along with a number of other Saudi business leaders.

“This week I signed a number of MOUs with Chinese and Japanese institutions, ranging from crude oil storage agreements to commitments to jointly explore opportunities in chemicals, technology, manufacturing, finance and investment, and solar energy. Some of these MOUs enhance or extend existing cooperative agreements, while others set out new paths for prospective partnerships.”

Saudi Aramco’s president and CEO, Amin Nasser said

A royal delegation led by HRH Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman convened a series of strategically important bilateral meetings in China and Japan between August 28 and September 9, the results of which promise to produce long-term positive impacts for the Kingdom. The purpose of the visit was to unveil Saudi Vision 2030 to Chinese and Japanese government and business leaders and to discuss the opportunities it affords for further partnership, collaboration, and investment for their respective countries.

The week’s events consisted of highly organized and structured business forums, ministerial events, negotiations, customer meetings, agreement signings, and media interviews. Many of the Kingdom’s ministers, including the Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, HE Khalid A. Al-Falih, participated in the Asia visit.

“I’m confident that as we seek to realize Saudi Vision 2030 and to forge an even more prosperous tomorrow for our citizens, the spirit of partnership and the shared values between our nations and our peoples will further flourish in the years to come, while offering tremendous new opportunities to Japanese and Chinese companies and investors,” said Al-Falih.

Saudi Aramco’s president and CEO, Amin Nasser, was also an active contributor to the proceedings, along with a number of other Saudi business leaders.