Guyana aims to attract US$2 billion in Saudi investments

The Caribbean has become a priority area for Saudi Arabia for investment and business deals.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Guyana's president, Irfaan Ali, requested during meetings Sunday with a Saudi Arabian delegation to allocate US$2 billion in investments in the Caribbean country, which is trying to develop its oil sector to the maximum.

Ali recommended that the two sides identify priority areas and . . .

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