Silicon Valley is beginning to question its ties with Saudi Arabia. But there are many skeptics these days who privately question whether the relationship will actually change once the news of the day moves away from the Middle East.
Since the disappearance of a dissident journalist in a Saudi Arabian consulate, some of the most powerful figures in business are distancing themselves from the kingdom. There is one prominent exception: Masayoshi Son, chief executive of the SoftBank Group.
Blackstone, the firm which is relying on Saudi Arabia to provide half the money for its planned $40 billion infrastructure fund, waved off concerns about funding even as controversy rages over the disappearance of a Saudi journalist that has frayed relations between Wall Street and the oil-rich kingdom.
Saudi Arabia is preparing to double-down on its bet that Masayoshi Son can pick the technology giants of the future. The country's sovereign fund will make another $45 billion investment in Son's second massive Vision Fund.
Deutsche Bank AG is expanding in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates as the lender expects sovereign bond sales and initial public offerings to drive deals this year.
Saudi Arabia is reportedly looking at natural gas assets in Texas shale basins and is in talks with a US liquefied natgas producer as it looks to break into US shale.
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