The takeover of Twitter by the South African of origin Elon Musk, for an amount of 44 billion dollars, benefited from assistance as discreet as decisive from the Saudis. Thus, the Kingdom Holding Company announced on Friday, October 28, the transfer of its shares and those of Prince Al-Walid bin Talal (full name Al-Walid bin Talal bin Abdelaziz Al Saud, 55) from Twitter shares to the new company, becoming the company’s “second largest shareholder” after Elon Musk. KHC was established by Prince Waleed bin Talal, the grandson of Saudi Arabia’s founder, Abdul
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