SABIC to play key role in China-Saudi Arabia cooperation under BRI

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Chinese President Xi Jinping said in his keynote speech at the Boao Forum for Asia that the Belt and Road Initiative is a public road open to all, not a private path owned by one single party. Yousef Al-Benyan, vice chair and CEO of Saudi conglomerate SABIC, echoed this idea during his interview with CGTN reporter Yang Chengxi. #Boao2021

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