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The National Industrialization Company (TASNEE) was established in 1405H, corresponding to 1985, as the first joint-stock industrial company fully owned by the private sector.
National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce
The National Water Company (NWC) plans to become a “leading water utility in the region” within 4 to 7 years after its creation in 2008. NWC’s twelve-member Board is chaired by the Minister of Water and Electrity and includes the CEO of the company.
Nitaqat – Saudi program of incentives and punishments to spur nationalization in the private sector.