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Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Pakistan - News | Khaleej Times

Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Pakistan - News | Khaleej Times

Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Pakistan - News | Khaleej Times

Sep 14, 2022 at 16:33 PM

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Saudi Arabia will invest $1 billion in Pakistan to support the country's ailing economy, the Gulf Kingdom's Foreign Minister told his Pakistani counterpart..

Saudi Arabia will invest $1 billion in Pakistan to support the country's ailing economy, the Gulf Kingdom's Foreign Minister told his Pakistani counterpart during a telephonic conversation on Thursday. @hindustani24 Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Pakistan - News | Khaleej Times - 1 Hindustani24.com

Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in PakistanKing Salman has directed to make investments worth $1 billion in Pakistan, the state-run Saudi Press Agency reported. @hindustani24 Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Pakistan - News | Khaleej Times - 2 Hindustani24.com

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan informed his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari about the King's directive during a phone call on Thursday, it said. @hindustani24 Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Pakistan - News | Khaleej Times - 3 Hindustani24.com

Meet three friends cycling from Tajikistan to Saudi Arabia via UAEBilawal expressed his gratitude to his Saudi counterpart and informed him about the devastation caused by the devastating floods in Pakistan. @hindustani24 Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Pakistan - News | Khaleej Times - 4 Hindustani24.com

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2 billion in the first nine months and pressing external loan repayment requirements, Pakistan required financial assistance of $9-12 billion till June 2022 to avert further depletion of foreign currency reserves

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