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Saudi Arabia having 'a very difficult time selling oil' as Russia and Iraq compete for trade

China, South Africa and the US are among the countries importing less Saudi Arabian oil

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Cancelling Saudi arms deal would have no effect on human rights: Dion

Saudi Arabia would simply turn to another country to build military equipment, Foreign Affairs Minister argues

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Saudi Arabia launches price war with OPEC members

Crude oil is poised to extend the biggest slump in more than two years after Saudi Arabia signalled it's ready for a price war with other OPEC members, according to Commerzbank and Citigroup

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Why Saudi Arabia keeps pumping oil when low prices are hurting its economy

Saudi Arabia had a chance to limit production of oil on December 4

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Saudi Arabia and Russia agree to oil production freeze in Qatar meeting

Oil has lost more than 70 per cent of its value in 18 months

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Cancelling Saudi arms deal would have no effect on human rights: Dion

Saudi Arabia would simply turn to another country to build military equipment, Foreign Affairs Minister argues

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Why Saudi Arabia is planning the world's tallest skyscraper when the oil price is tanking

The Jeddah Tower is currently 26 floors tall, but when completed will stretch 3,280 feet

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Hurt by cheap oil, Saudi government will make water more expensive

By Angus McDowall and Reem Shamseddine RIYADH, Nov 2 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia will raise the price of water for non-residential consumers, local media report.

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Drop in oil revenue forces Saudi Arabia to weigh first cuts to welfare, investment in years

JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia - At a gas station in Saudi Arabia's second largest city of Jiddah, drivers are fueling up their cars at just 45 cents a gallon — four times less than the price of water

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David Cameron accused of silently taking Britain into Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen

Britain is supplying military equipment, weapons, and advisors to Saudi Arabia

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Oil price falls to 11-year low despite tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran

Brent crude fell 2 per cent to $3574 a barrel

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Saudi Arabia to cut state spending

Saudi Arabia will cut spending and delay some state projects after the recent decline in the price of oil, Finance Minister Ibrahim al-Assaf sa

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David Cameron accused of silently taking Britain into Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen

Britain is supplying military equipment, weapons, and advisors to Saudi Arabia

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The man who predicted the oil price crash has bet against Saudi Arabia

Schreiber, who founded PointState Capital in 2010, set his sights on Saudi Arabia at a conference last week

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Saudi Arabia and Russia plan fails to stop continued slide in oil price

Production freeze proposal falls flat but analysts hail potential significance

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Why Saudi Arabia keeps pumping oil when low prices are hurting its economy

Saudi Arabia had a chance to limit production of oil on December 4

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Saudi Arabia to raise domestic petrol prices by 'up to 40%' as low oil price hits home

VAT rises and taxes on soft drinks and tobacco are planned

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Why Saudi Arabia’s position on oil means ‘nothing’ to some US energy stocks

Saudi Arabia's indication that it is comfortable with a lower oil price led to a Black Monday-like reaction from US E&P stocks

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Saudi Arabia is reportedly looking to borrow $10bn in its first international loans in a decade

Saudi's shock loan request signals that the kingdom looking at other ways to finance its economy

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European Parliament votes for EU-wide arms export embargo against Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has been accused of bombing civilians with European-made equipment during in its war in Yemen

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Drop in oil revenue forces Saudi Arabia to weigh first cuts to welfare, investment in years

JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia - At a gas station in Saudi Arabia's second largest city of Jiddah, drivers are fueling up their cars at just 45 cents a gallon — four times less than the price of water

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