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Top Saudi officials and executives are meeting investors in New York to lure overseas cash, less than a week after Congress unblocked legislation allowing the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the Arab country. Saudi Capital Market Authority Chairman Mohammad al-Jadaan and Tadawul stock exchange Chief Executive Officer Khalid al-Hussan are among officials attending the two-day event organized by JPMorgan Chase & Co., the bank said in an emailed statement Monday. Senior representatives of the kingdom's Economy Ministry and central bank will also be present.
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