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Saudi sets defence budget for 2017

Posted 2 January 2017 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabia has announced its budget for 2017 which sees an allocation of $51 billion for the kingdom's defence. Revenues are estimated at $184.5 billion. Two thirds of this is from oil revenues which are 46% higher than the 2016 projections.


 

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