Two years after Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced his intention to turn Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil producer into the world’s largest public company, the kingdom and its advisers remain stuck on the crucial question of where to list the shares. External advisers and officials at the company, known as Aramco, have privately warned that Prince Mohammed’s preferred venue , the New York Stock Exchange, could expose the kingdom to lawsuits from shareholders and 9/11 victims, people familiar with the matter said. The officials include Aramco’s powerful chairman, Khalid al-Falih, who is also the country’s energy minister. Related The company and the kingdom are debating listing Aramco solely on the Saudi stock market, known as Tadawul, but advisers are concerned the exchange won’t be able to accommodate the surge in trading that such an enormous company would bring. Estimates of the value of Aramco range from $1.3 trillion to […]