Saudi Arabia plans to issue dollar bonds by the end of 2019
Saudi Arabia will approach international bond markets regularly in the future and
plans to issue sukuk bonds by the end of this year, the head of the Saudi Arabia's debt management office said.
"We plan to issue sukuk in dollars before the end of this year," Fahd al-Saif, head of the Debt Management Office, told reporters on the sidelines of a conference in London.
He added that the Kingdom would remain an "active" source in dollar bond markets and was looking to raise capital in other currencies, including the euro.