The US and Saudi Arabia are important economic and geopolitical allies. When President Trump met with Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman last month, the 80-year relationship was further entrenched. But in order for our two countries to lead, both of our economies must be strong, stable, and growing.
On Wednesday at the U.S.-Saudi Arabia CEO Summit at the U.S. Chamber, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson expressed the administration’s support for the country’s economic reforms:
The U.S. business community also supports these reforms, and they are feeling more optimistic as a result. As part of the summit, the U.S. Chamber released the U.S.-Saudi Arabia Business Outlook Survey, which reveals that American businesses have a positive outlook and plans for growth in the Saudi market.
Saudi Minister of Commerce and Investment H.E. Dr. Majid Al-Qasabi
The Trump administration and American businesses are committed to facilitating partnerships with Saudi Arabia. When American businesses partner with Saudi Arabia, they help grow our domestic economy and extend free-market values throughout the global economy.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will continue to work with the Council of Saudi Chambers to initiate a successful new chapter in our important and growing relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.