The value of Saudi oil exports rose 12.7 percent in December from the previous year, which is equivalent to 69.97 billion Saudi riyals ($18.66 billion), government data showed on Monday.
The value of Saudi non-oil exports rose 11.8 percent in December from a year earlier to 21.05 billion riyals, data from the General Authority for Statistics said.
The value of Saudi imports declined 2.2 percent in December from a year earlier to 41.88 billion riyals.
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