Saudi Arabia to boost non-oil income by 2020

To ease the burden of lower crude prices, the Saudi government plans to accelerate subsidy cuts and introduce more taxes. The step is intended to raise $100 billion a year by 2020, according to Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman cited by Bloomberg. Read Full Article at

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