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    Finance Minister: Saudi Arabia is moving towards reducing the budget deficit to 7%

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    Finance Minister: Saudi Arabia is moving towards reducing the budget deficit to 7% Empty Finance Minister: Saudi Arabia is moving towards reducing the budget deficit to 7%

    Post by Rocky Wed 02 May 2018, 4:09 am

    Finance Minister: Saudi Arabia is moving towards reducing the budget deficit to 7%


    Finance Minister: Saudi Arabia is moving towards reducing the budget deficit to 7% 7615

    Saudi Arabia is moving towards reducing its budget deficit to 7 percent of GDP this year, Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed al-Jadaan said on Wednesday.
    Speaking at a conference in Riyadh, he said the results of the general budget performance for the first quarter of the year showed significant progress in developing non-oil revenues and raising spending efficiency in the Kingdom.
    Saudi Arabia had forecast a budget deficit of 195 billion riyals ($ 52 billion) in 2018, equivalent to 7.3 percent of gross domestic product, down from 230 billion riyals last year. And plans to reach a deficit-free budget by 2023.


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