Saudi Non-Oil Trade Down
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Saudi Non-Oil Trade Down

The value of Saudi Arabia’s non-oil exports decreased in November 2016 by 9.1% to SR14.397 billion ($3.84 billion), compared to SR15.842 billion in November 2015. TradeArabia reported. The value decreased in comparison to October 2016 by 3.9% or about SR592 million, a Saudi Press Agency report quoting the general authority for statistics data said. The value of the kingdom’s imports in November 2016 amounted to SR39.757 million compared to SR511.39 million in November 2015, it said.

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