Saudi awards contracts worth $267m to local firms

20 June 2010

The Saudi government has awarded local firms 38 contracts worth more than SR1bn ($266.7m) for infrastructure projects, Reuters has reported. The contracts are part of $400bn the kingdom is spending in the five years to 2013 on infrastructure projects to boost the economy and create jobs for the country's growing population of over 25 million.

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