Friday 30, December 2011 by Robin Amlôt

Saudi Budget 2012 expansionary but still conservative

Saudi Arabia’s 2012 budget projects revenues of SAR 702 billion ($187.2 billion) and expenditure of SAR 690 billion ($184 billion), with a small surplus of SAR 12 billion ($3.2 billion), lower than the actual 2011 figures. The fiscal policy stance remains expansionary in both nominal and real terms.

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In an exclusive mini roundtable, Nabilah Annuar, Banker Middle East Editor, sits down with Michael Grifferty, President of the Gulf… read more