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US companies are looking to participate in industrial projects in Yanbu Industrial City

a conference organized by the US-Saudi Arabian Business Council in Columbus, Ohio combine a number of officials in the Royal Commission in Yanbu with a number of leaders of American companies exchange information, concerns, and engage in dialogue with a select group of industrial projects in the Kingdom. The projects include the targeted sectors of petrochemical and plastic industries, consumer goods, and rubber, and renewable energy, auto parts, multi-media, logistics, and spare parts for oil and gas, petrochemical, and desalination industries. The executives of the Royal Commission contributed a brief information about the infrastructure, financial incentives, the availability of the main raw material, and demand in the market for these target industries in the Kingdom .Yanbu Industrial City is expected to become the largest refining center in the world by 2019 and one of the most favorite spots in the Kingdom of new industrial development, along with the industrial city of Jubail.