The Saudi Arabia’s national bank on Monday attested its responsibility to the swapping scale approach of pegging the Saudi riyal to the US dollar.
The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA) said the money peg was a key alternative that added to the development of the Kingdom’s economy for over 30 years.
“SAMA stays focused on keeping up the conversion scale at the official pace of SR3.75 to the dollar as a grapple of fiscal and monetary security,” the authority said.
SAMA said its outside trade saves stay adequate to satisfy all needs of the national economy, with enough to cover 43 months of imports and 88 percent of wide cash.
The authority included that the present swapping scale arrangement is a significant supporter of maintainable monetary development.