Aramco, Saudi Information Technology Company to form venture in tech sector
Saudi Aramco and the Saudi Information Technology Company signed an agreement to set up a joint venture firm that will develop a platform to invest in high potential growth companies in the information, communication, and technology sector, Aramco said on Tuesday.
The target market for the firm will be Saudi Arabia and the GCC countries, the statement said.
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