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Can Saudi Arabia's Rulers Weather a Bad Economy?

The National Interest 30.05. 03:50

Can Saudi Arabia's Rulers Weather a Bad Economy?

Saudi Arabia is raising taxes and scaling back expectations for subsidy payments to its subjects as it embarks on an austerity program, once again testing the durability of its social contract with its citizens. As the kingdom begins the decade in a tough spot, it still has in its favor budding nat»»»
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