Well, that seems to be going according to plan — the $107 billion is pretty irrelevant (since most is in illiquid assets that would need to be sold to be worth anything), but the main goal here was to send a significant message regarding a shift in strategy regarding corruption…

Nearly three months after arresting dozens of princes, businessmen and officials, Saudi Arabia is tallying up how much it has recovered from its crackdown into alleged corruption.

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