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Fin24.com | Saudi 'Davos in the desert' attendees are dropping out after government critic disappears

News24 Friday, 12 October 2018
The mysterious disappearance of a prominent Saudi government critic is prompting some company leaders to back away from the 'Davos in the Desert' event intended to showcase Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s modernisation plan for the desert kingdom.
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Ford, BlackRock, JPMorgan Chase and MasterCard are among many U.S. companies that pulled out of the "Future Investment Initiative" conference in Saudi Arabia. Fred Katayama reports.

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