The heir to the Saudi throne wasn’t always fabulously wealthy. Now, amid his crackdown on corruption, The Wall Street Journal has pieced together ways the crown prince and his brothers have leveraged businesses connected to government to make money—including a mammoth jet-leasing deal involving Airbus and the national airline.


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