Saudi Arabia, Brazil Sign Trade Agreement
Saudi Arabia and Brazil signed on Tuesday a bilateral agreement to access goods and services to their markets, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
The signing took place in Brasilia, during a visit to the South American country by Saudi's Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz.
According to SPA, the agreement is the eighth of its kind signed by the kingdom with a number of its major trading partners.
So far, the kingdom has signed trade agreements with Japan, Australia, Canada, South Korea, Pakistan and Uruguay, according to the agency - Albawaba.com
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