Austrade forum to promote links with oil giant Saudi Aramco condemned by activists

A government meet-and-greet to connect Australian industry with the world’s largest oil company, Saudi Aramco, has been criticised by environmental groups as “akin to a joint trade show with a tobacco major”.

Australia’s international trade agency Austrade will host the event, “Doing business with Aramco 2023”, next Friday at the Duxton Hotel in Perth.

The in-person event is pitched to companies in the oil and gas supply chain and petrochemical industries, and “will include bilateral business matching meetings, where Australian exporters will have the opportunity to showcase…

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