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nmsqt analogy stock market in the middle east but saudi arabia six hundred billion dollar exchange has been close to direct foreign investors until now the move suggests saudi arabia recognizes the need to liberalize and diversify but there is still a strict rules for investors adel al ghandi is c. e. o. of the stock exchange we have a number of applicants %HESITATION print under process , %HESITATION and %HESITATION as a result i believe that there will be a spike in insulin spike in terms of qualification and investment and i think that will stabilize over time , i think ultimately foreign investors are looking %HESITATION for us to arrive at emerging market status before they commit , uh significant funds to our market for the time being saudi arabia were known to be accepting institutional investors with at least five billion dollars worth of assets but it is the nineteenth largest economy in the world and the third fastest growing in the g. twenty the boss is one of the world's last major exchanges to welcome for money and although investors will have access to more than a hundred and fifty companies across many sectors oil companies want to be among them