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Aramco’s high hopes & copyright in court

The Saudi Aramco saga continues as the world’s most profitable company has set its value at $1.7 trillion dollars, a price which could prove to be too high for international investors. Todd Horwitz of Bubba Trading and Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital are both on hand to break down the stellar target, and so much more. Plus, as big tech continues to come under pressure from governments around the globe, the US is hearing a case on copyright that could reshape the playing field in the sector. Mollye Barrows, contributor to America’s Lawyer, lends us her insights on the situation, and examines what impact this could have on these worldwide giants.

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