Daily Life In Jeddah As Saudi Arabia Plans To Take Economy Past Oil

Women push strollers past a closed Adams Kids store at the Al Yasmin mall in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. After relying on oil to fuel its economy for more than half a century, Saudi Arabia is turning to its other abundant natural resource to take it beyond the oil age -- desert. Photographer: Tasneem Alsultan/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Women push strollers past a closed Adams Kids store at the Al Yasmin mall in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. After relying on oil to fuel its economy for more than half a century, Saudi Arabia is turning to its other abundant natural resource to take it beyond the oil age -- desert. Photographer: Tasneem Alsultan/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Daily Life In Jeddah As Saudi Arabia Plans To Take Economy Past Oil
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