The Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia has used the services of a New York-based public relations firm to improve its image after widespread international condemnation following the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at his consulate in Istanbul last October, the Financial Times reported.
The fund, which manages more than $ 300 billion worth of assets and is headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, signed a $ 120,000 contract with Carref Communications last month, according to US Justice Department documents, according to a report by author Andrew England. .
The paper said the company was charged with strengthening the image and image of the Saudi Public Investment Fund and senior officials.
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