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Saudi Arabia says deficit halved after lean years

13 August, 2017

Saudi Arabia says its austerity measures are paying off, as its annual budget deficit is cut in half thanks to lower government spending and higher oil prices.

US contractor to help train Saudi navy

09 August, 2017

Kratos Technology will help train Saudi navy personnelcurrently blocking Yemen's ports from receiving vital humanitarian aid.

Bikini-clad women in Saudi Arabia? Yes, really...

02 August, 2017

The new project to develop part of Saudi Arabia's coastline into a luxury tourism resort will be regulated by laws of 'international standard', possibly leading to a more liberal atmosphere.

New Saudi resort to allow relaxed approach to Speedos

02 August, 2017

The new project to develop part of Saudi Arabia's coastline into a luxury tourism resort will be regulated by laws of 'international standard', possibly leading to a more liberal atmosphere.

Never mind the head-choppers: Who wants a Saudi holiday?

01 August, 2017

Saudi Arabia has unveiled an ambitious plan to develop its Red Sea coastline into a resort the size of Belgium in a bid to boost its non-oil economy.

Low economic growth tests Saudi reform plans

24 July, 2017

Saudi Arabia's economy is due to stall this year due to lower oil revenue, with growth 'close to zero' according to the International Monetary Fund.

Tax axe falls on foreigners in Saudi Arabia

06 July, 2017

Foreign workers in Saudi Arabia started to contribute for their dependants, as expatriates pay taxes for the first time in many years.

Bullets in cyberspace: The new terrain of diplomatic warfare

26 June, 2017

Comment: Even small states can exploit opportunities that cyberwarfare offers to instigate and exacerbate political conflicts, writes Amar Diwakar.

Saudi-UAE demands challenge the fundamentals of international relations

23 June, 2017

Comment: The Saudi-UAE list of demands would effectively place Qatar under guardianship, and undermine the principle of freedom of expression and national sovereignty, writes James Dorsey.

Ambitious bin Salman will face trial by fire

23 June, 2017

Comment: Both at home and abroad the challenges facing bin Salman will be huge. It is unlikely he will succeed where more experienced hands did not, writes Barak Barfi.

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