Saudi Arabia announces spending reforms to reduce its reliance on oil

24 May 2016

Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 programme of public spending reforms is likely to significantly protect the economy from the impact of declining oil prices although much depends on how reforms are implemented, the IMF has said.

An IMF team predicted growth of 1.2% this year, down from 3.5% in 2015.

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