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Five key questions on the Saudi Aramco privatisation

The recent political upheaval in Saudi Arabia has cast fresh doubts over the government’s plans to sell a stake in the state-owned oil company, Aramco. Fears that the sale will be scrapped altogether are probably overdone but, given the general uncertainty, this Focus answers five questions to shed more light on the privatisation and what it would mean for the Saudi economy.

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