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    Saudi Arabia has said it expects to post its first budget surplus in nearly 10 years next year, as it plans to restrict public spending despite a surge in oil prices that helped to refill state coffers hammered by the coronavirus pandemic.

    After an expected fiscal deficit of 2.7 percent of gross domestic product or GDP this year, Riyadh estimates it will achieve a surplus of 90 billion Saudi riyals ($23.99 bn), or 2.5 percent of GDP, next year – its first surplus since it went into a deficit after oil prices crashed in 2014.The surpluses will be used to increase government reserves, to meet the coronavirus pandemic needs, strengthen the kingdom’s financial position, and raise its capabilities to face global shocks and crises,” Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman or MBS as he is widely known, was quoted as saying by Saudi state press agency SPA on Sunday.

    The world’s biggest oil exporter plans to spend 955 billion riyals ($254.6 bn) next year, a nearly six percent expenditure cut year on year, according to a budget document.Riyadh plans to reduce military spending next year by about 10 percent from its 2021 estimates, the budget showed, a sign that the cost of the military conflict in neighbouring Yemen has started to ease.

    Revenues jumped this year by almost 10 percent to 930 billion riyals ($247.9 bn) from the budgeted 849 billion riyals ($226.3 bn), driven by higher crude prices and oil production hikes as global energy demand recovered.“We are totally now decoupling the government expenditure from the revenue”, Finance Minister Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Jadaan told the Reuters news agency.

    “We are telling our people and the private sector or economy at large that you can plan with predictability. Budget ceilings are going to continue in a stable way regardless of how the oil price or revenues are going to happen,” al-Jadaan added.

    The largest Arab economy shrank last year as the coronavirus crisis hurt its burgeoning non-oil economic sectors, while record-low oil prices weighed on its finances, widening the 2020 budget deficit to 11.2 percent of GDP.