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Saudi Arabia: downturn over, but a slow recovery in 2024

Saudi Arabia’s economy contracted by 0.9% over the course of 2023 on the back of the Kingdom’s oil output cuts. But the recession ended in Q4 and we think that a gradual recovery will ensue over 2024 as fiscal policy is kept loose, interest rates are lowered, and oil output is increased from next quarter.

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