Aramco's public listing becomes increasingly uncertain

The state-owned Saudi Arabian oil company Aramco's preparations for going public are drawing out, and several government officials are doubting whether it will ever happen.

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Aramco's public listing was originally intended to make Saudi Arabia less dependent on its oil, and it would have become the world's largest listed company.

Two years have passed, and informed Saudi government officials are beginning to doubt the listing, writes The Wall Street Journal.

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