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Saudi Arabia appoints property executive to head Riyadh royal commission

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
Saudi Arabia on Tuesday named Fahad Al-Rasheed as head of a royal commission to develop the capital Riyadh where the government has said it would spend 86 billion riyals ($23 billion) to boost the quality of life.
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