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Saudi Arabia reports more non-oil exports, large amount of trade with China

The kingdom is trying to reduce its dependence on oil.
A picture taken May 9, 2019, from northern port of Le Havre, shows a Saudi cargo ship next to a British crude oil tanker in the port of Le Havre.

Saudi Arabia has reported an increase in non-oil exports for the end of 2021. 

The Saudi General Authority for Statistics said today that non-oil exports in November of 2021 totaled 26 billion Saudi Arabian riyals ($6.9 billion), up from 20.6 billion riyals ($5.5 billion) in November 2020. This constituted an increase of 26.1%. Non-oil exports also increased 9% from October to November 2021, the authority said in a press release

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