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Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund, which aims to become a $2 trillion investment giant, is considering borrowing from banks for the first time as it seeks investments in the kingdom and abroad, according to people familiar with the matter.The fund has announced some large international deals, including a commitment to put $20 billion into a U.S. infrastructure fund managed by Blackstone Group LP, and as much as $45 billion in a technology investment fund managed by SoftBank Group Corp., as well as a $3.5 billion stake in Uber Technologies Inc.
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