Apple to open outlet in Riyadh

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Customers shop at The Apple Store at the Towson Town Center mall, Maryland. (AFP)
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  • The Saudi investment minister Khalid Al-Falih told media that said several international companies, including Google, Alibaba, Microsoft and IBM, intend to invest in the kingdom
  • The minister said that investments will be coupled with the development of human resources through partnership of these companies with academies, universities and training centers

Apple will open a center for the sale of its products and spare parts in the logistics zone at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.

Speaking to the media, the Saudi investment minister Khalid Al-Falih said several international companies, including Google, Alibaba, Microsoft and IBM, have invested or intend to invest in the Kingdom.

These investments will be coupled with the development of human resources through partnership of these companies with academies, universities and training centers, he added.

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