Saudi banks cut off dealings with Sudan

Banking & Finance

Two of Saudi Arabia’s major banks have joined western financial institutions in cutting off dealings with Sudan. Al Rajhi and Ahly banks are the latest to stop doing business with the African state, following the lead of the US which imposed economic sanctions on the country in 1997 over charges of terrorism and human rights abuses.

(AlJazeeraEnglish YouTube channel)

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