The Saudi government’s efforts to improve the Kingdom’s business environment and attract foreign direct investment in recent years haven’t had the desired effect. One result is that the government is likely to lean heavily on the sovereign wealth fund, PIF, to drive domestic investment. But this is likely to come at the cost of a misallocation of resources and weak long-term growth.
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