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Asia's energy importers must beware of bringing in Middle East tensions

Saudi foreign investment plans, including in Pakistan, India and China, risk provoking Iran

| Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan
The Saudi Crown Prince meets Indian prime minister Narendra Modi on his recent visit to New Delhi, Islamabad and Beijing.   © Reuters

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's recent week-long oil diplomacy tour through Pakistan, India and China, involving promises of billions of dollars-worth of energy sector investments, appears -- on the surface -- to be a win-win mission.

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