Morgan Stanley IM: Inside Saudi Arabia’s Plan to Move Past Oil

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Morgan Stanley Investment Management’s Head of Emerging Markets Equity Amy Oldenburg was interviewed by Barron’s for their January cover story on investing in Saudi Arabia.

08.03.2024 | 06:05 Uhr

The article discusses the Kingdom’s plans to invest $3.2 trillion to transform its economy by 2030 beyond oil into a high tech hub catering to global business and leisure. According to Oldenburg, Saudi Arabia, which makes up just 4% of MSCI Emerging Markets Index, is on the cusp of becoming the fifth-largest country in the index. To read the full Barron’s article, please click on the button below.

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