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Saudi Water to implement 10 billion riyals projects in Riyadh and Jeddah.

Riyadh Riyadh or Riad (both: rēäd`), city (1997 est. pop. 3,000,000), capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia, in the Nejd, central Saudi Arabia. It is situated in an oasis, c.240 mi (390 km) inland from the Persian Gulf. , 30 Sept: The National Water Company will organize a workshop on Current and Future Investment Opportunities in Water Sector in the Kingdom within session of Saudi Water and Power Forum from 22-24 October October: see month. .

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 the company, the work shop will be co-organized by the local and international business sector to deal with the current and future investment opportunities including infrastructure projects. The workshop will be headed by Minister of Water and Electricity Abdullah bin Abdulrahman Al-Hussain, Chairman of the Board of Directors of National Water Company.

There are 145 projects that are being executed in Riyadh and Jeddah with total cost of 18 billion riyals while 10 billion riyals projects will be implemented in these cities in near future.

Al Bawaba / Euclid Infotech Monitoring (Arabic to English)

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Date:Sep 30, 2009
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