A panel of U.S. ambassadors discussed the economies of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, and other Arab countries. Ambassador James Smith described Saudi Arabia’s efforts to move away from an economy dependent on oil exports.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Michael H. Corbin Ambassador United States->United Arab Emirates
- Don DeMarino Chair National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce
- Alan P. Larson Undersecretary Department of State->Business and Agricultural Affairs
- Richard Schmierer Ambassador United States->Oman
- James B. Smith Ambassador United States->Saudi Arabia
- Matthew Tueller Nominee United States->Kuwait
- Susan Ziadeh Ambassador United States->Qatar
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