Saudi Arabia signs $800 million defence deal with South Korea's Hanwha
DUBAI, March 8 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's Defence Ministry has signed a 3 billion Saudi riyal ($800 million) contract with South Korea's Hanwha to support its defence capabilities and supply chain services, SPA state news agency said on Tuesday.
The contract is the largest of 7 billion riyals of deals Saudi Arabia signed with local and international defence firms on Tuesday.
($1 = 3.7518 riyals)
Reporting by Riham Alkousaa Editing by Catherine Evans
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