Monthly Archives: May 2011


Secretary Kerry, Foreign Minister Jubeir on Syria and the Region, Prep for Munich Meet
02/09/2016

Secretary Kerry, Foreign Minister Jubeir on Syria and the Region, Prep for Munich Meet

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir met at the State Department yesterday for consultations on Syria and regional issues. Afterwards they talked with the press and commented on the push for a ceasefire in Syria and hopes for progress in this week’s meeting in Munich. Here are their remarks.

U.S. Goods Exports to the Arab World Dipped in 2015 – NUSACC
02/09/2016

U.S. Goods Exports to the Arab World Dipped in 2015 – NUSACC

According to new U.S. Government data analyzed by the National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC), exports of U.S. goods to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region fell in 2015 to $67.4 billion from $71.4 billion in 2014, a decline of 5.6 percent. This is the first time since 2010 that sales of U.S. goods to the MENA region declined, largely reflecting the widespread impact of slumping oil prices.

News-2016-02-08
02/08/2016

News-2016-02-08

SUSRIS Daily News – Excerpts from International Media Reports
/Provided as a service from the Saudi-US Trade Group, Washington, DC/

Analysis | The Saudi Economy in 2016 – Jadwa
02/07/2016

Analysis | The Saudi Economy in 2016 – Jadwa

The Jadwa Investment firm in Riyadh released “The Saudi Economy in 2016″ report today. It is an excellent look at trends and prospects to arm you with insight and perspective on the direction and challenges for the domestic situation and the Kingdom’s significant role in the global economy.

News-2016-02-05
02/05/2016

News-2016-02-05

SUSRIS Daily News – Excerpts from International Media Reports
/Provided as a service from the Saudi-US Trade Group, Washington, DC/

News-2016-02-04
02/04/2016

News-2016-02-04

SUSRIS Daily News – Excerpts from International Media Reports
/Provided as a service from the Saudi-US Trade Group, Washington, DC/