last updated on: 12 May 2016

Ministry of Water & Electricity (dissolved)

Also known as: MOWE

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Business Summary Ministry that overlooks the power and water sector in Saudi Arabia. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Government Established In N/A Number of Employees -

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