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Australian Deputy Minister of Trade, Tourism and Investment visits the Royal Commission in Jubail
 
 
Dr. Mosleh bin Hamed Al Otaibi, the CEO of RCJ, received in his office the Australian Deputy Minister of Trade, Tourism and Investment, Mr. Keith Pitt, along with the Australian ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Mr. Ralph King, and his accompanying delegation on Tuesday to review investment cooperation and enhance relations between RC and Australian investors.
 
 The CEO and the Deputy Minister discussed Saudi vision 2030 which aims at the development of the kingdom’s economy and community. This vision will present many investment opportunities to Australia in the fields of infrastructure, equipment manufacturing, mining and investment, health and education. 
 
Afterwards, the Deputy Minister and the accompanying delegation were informed about the success factors in the Royal Commission’s projects through a tour   of the RC visitors center. Those factors include: the significance of its location and geographical area, industrial diversity, excellent infrastructure and the distribution of its residential neighborhoods.  the General Manager of Technical Affairs Sector in RCJ, Engineer Ahmad Mohammed Nouruddin Hassan, gave a detailed review to the delegation on the economical center of the city which takes place over 2.75 million M2 and includes a sea front from 3 directions as well as a trade area for operational plants and adjacent areas.
The Deputy Minister and Australian ambassador have also toured Ras Al Khair Industrial City to get acquainted with the most significant complete projects and existing industries.