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Lloyd's Murray: Saudi Region's Focus on Post-Oil Economy Fuels Coverage Needs

Cameron Murray, head of Middle East and Africa, Lloyd's, said the Saudi government has announced it aims to create an economy in which oil will be a minority player, opening up a range of risk coverage needs.

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