Private Sector Finance: Problems Faced by the Fourth and Fifth Five Year Development Plans

  • J. W. WrightJr
  • Abdullah H. Albatel

Abstract

This chapter deals with changes in emphasis towards ‘real’ sector productivity in the private sector of the economy while the Saudi government was planning for the 1985–95 period. It surveys both the growth and development of the private sector and the roles the government wishes that sector to play in the economy. It also touches on the roles the Kingdom’s financial institutions are expected to play in implementing the fourth and fifth Five Year Development Plans.

Keywords

Petroleum Transportation Hydrocarbon Income Marketing 

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© Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission to the United States 1996

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  • J. W. WrightJr
  • Abdullah H. Albatel

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