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Young Prince Shakes Up Ultra-Conservative Saudi Arabia

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News video: Young Prince Shakes Up Ultra-Conservative Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia's powerful deputy crown prince is furiously promoting a plan to wean the country off fossil fuel while getting more people to work. The prince put out a plan in April called Saudi Vision 2030. He wants the world's biggest oil producer to become a "global investment powerhouse." The prince also wants to turn the country into an exporter of commodities such as gold, phosphate and uranium, hopefully making Saudi Arabia "an epicentre of trade and the gateway to the world.

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