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Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Wants To Be One Of The World’s Biggest Tech Investors

The public investment fund of Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom’s sovereign wealth fund, is considering putting up as much as $45 billion over the next five years as the lead investor in the new SoftBank Vision Fund.
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