Saudi Arabia will offer four privatization opportunities between now and the first quarter of 2019 in silos and grains, while it is also looking to privatize assets in other sectors such as education, healthcare and desalination, its economy minister said.
Speaking at an investment conference on Thursday, Mohammed al-Tuwaijri said privatization has faced massive labor market challenge so there was a need to adjust regulations.
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