According to the Saudi Gazette, the CMA has laid out the specific time-frame and requirements for all companies listed on the Tadawul to disclose their adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards. The deadline is January 1, 2017.
The report said the alleged links had not been independently verified. As the New York Times reports, subsequent investigations into the terror attacks "pursued the leads described in the document and found that many had no basis in fact."
The private roundtable discussion will provide an opportunity for top Ministry officials, representatives from the Saudi Arabia General Investment Authority (SAGIA), and U.S. business executives to discuss issues important to the U.S.-Saudi commercial and trade relationship.
The Senate on Tuesday passed H.R.3815, a bill that would allow the families of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to sue Saudi Arabia over its alleged support for terrorism, despite stiff opposition from the White House and Saudi leaders.