Saudi Arabia will give $3.2 bn oil on deferred payment to Pakistan from July

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) will extend a $3.2 billion deferred payment facility with Pakistan for petroleum products from the start of July, the PM’s Adviser on Finance Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said.

The facility will be worth $275 million per month and will amount to $3.2bn per year for a period of three years, the financial adviser said.

In a message posted on social media website Twitter, Dr Hafeez Shaikh thank the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia for his continuous support for the people of Pakistan.


He also said the deferred payment facility would help strengthen Pakistan’s balance of payments position as the country battles a current account crisis.

Retweeting further, the finance adviser’s post, Minister of State for Revenue Hammad Azhar welcomed the good news and said that it would greatly help Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves as well.

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