Saudi Arabia's ambitious reformer

Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has shaken up expectations about the world's biggest oil exporter with his ambitious plans to wean the kingdom off its dependence on hydrocarbons. Ben Hall talks to the FT's oil correspondent Anjli Raval and Gulf correspondent Simeon Kerr about the proposed reforms.

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