Saudi Exports Value Falls Back In 2001 Following Strong 2000, Says SAMA
The value of Saudi exports fell back to SR273.5bn ($72.9bn) in 2001 after strong growth in 2000, when exports reached SR290.6bn ($77.5bn) on the back of high oil export revenues, according to figures released by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) in its Annual Report for 2002/1423H. SAMAs preliminary figures and estimates for 2001 show that total exports fell by 5.9% in 2001,...
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