It's the first time a Saudi leader has visited Indonesia in half a century. And King Salman is making the most of it, hitting the ground running with a whole host of business deals, worth billions.
The government has said it will start granting cinema licenses immediately. Many Saudis could be enjoying the big screen as early as March.
After Trump asked Saudi Arabia to list the oil giant Aramco in New York, Britain has raised the stakes for a London IPO. The UK government denies a $2 billion loan guarantee is an attempt to secure the listing.
Saudi Arabia has announced it's aiming to build a mega international business zone, which will have its own tax and labor laws. It's yet another attempt to reduce the kingdom's dependence on oil exports.
A painting of Christ by da Vinci sold at auction for $450 million is headed to the newly opened Louvre Abu Dhabi, the museum has said. A US newspaper reported it has found the mystery buyer of the "Salvator Mundi."
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