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Nikken Sekkei wins Saudi Stock Exchange

The new headquarters for the Saudi Stock Exchange, to be built in the developing King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, will be designed by Japanese architecture giants Nikken Sekkei. The €198 million building is said to include numerous energy saving features to make it one of the most ecological in the country.

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