Saudi Fund for Development to finance Pakistan’s oil derivatives worth $1 bln


Riyadh (Reuters) – The Saudi Fund for Development will finance Pakistan’s oil derivatives worth $1 billion, Pakistan’s economic affairs division said on Thursday.

The fund’s chief executive, Sultan Abdulrahman Al-Marshad, signed an agreement pledging the financing on Thursday with Pakistan’s secretary of ministry of economic affairs, the division said on Twitter.

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