Yemen’s Houthi rebels sending a message to the Sunni power, “…stop your aggression.”
Concern Saudi Arabia could develop nuclear weapons if the US technology were transferred without proper safeguards.
One is dialling back its expectations, the other growing by leaps and bounds.
The Kingdom wants to build new airports and sea ports, metro lines and railways.
The feud, plus problems with a mining project and an arbitration loss in Australia, hitting 2018 financial results.
Business jets yield fatter margins than commercial planes; the Quebec manufacturer is staking its financial turnaround on the space.
The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has called into question Canada’s business dealings with the Kingdom.
In the case of the murdered journalist, Canada will persist with its push for a transparent international investigation, says Foreign Affairs minister.
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder has strained an already tense relationship between Canada and the Kingdom.
Trump’s sanctions on Iran are affecting the market.
Liberals are reviewing all future export permits for sales to Saudi Arabia in response to Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
Freeland still looking for more clarity from the Saudi government about the measures it is taking.
Riyadh’s move to freeze all business with Ottawa impacts opportunities for collaboration and investment.
Kingdom has tried to sting Canada’s economy by halting future trade and investment deals.
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