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Kuwait backs end to diesel subsidies

Conversely, oil income rose from $45.9bn in 2005 to $106bn last year, while Finance Minister Anas Al Saleh said that if oil prices remained at around $100 a barrel, Kuwait would post an estimated budget deficit of $2.3bn in the 2017-2018 fiscal year.

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Sajjad Naveed

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Digital Marketer, Social Media Strategist, Web Master, Freelance Web Developer. Pakistani with green blood, based in Kuwait.

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