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Saudi Arabia Burns Through Cash Subsidies, More Pain Ahead

Saudi Arabia's financial stability is quickly slipping after more than two years of low oil prices. The kingdom has a few options left to prevent an economic crash and feasible social unrest, says one Middle Eastern expert.
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