Budget allocations for government bodies



JEDDAH: ARAB NEWS

Published — Sunday 30 December 2012

Last update 29 December 2012 11:33 pm

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The general budget for 2013 has made allocations for the following government organizations:
1-Revenues of Saudi Ports are estimated at SR 3,500,000,000 and approved expenditures at SR 1,897,151,000.
2- Revenues and expenditures of General Organization of Saudi Arabian Airlines are estimated at SR 24,690,000,000 . The organization levies its revenues and runs its expenditures according to its own system.
3- Revenues of General Organization of Grain Silos and Flour Mills are estimated at SR1,800,000,000 and approved expenditures at SR2,236,846,000.
4- Revenues and expenditures of Saline Water Conversion Corporation are estimated at SR 15,692,556,000.
5- Revenues and expenditures of General Organization of Railways are estimated at SR 2,036,268,000.
6- Revenues and expenditures of Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu are estimated at SR 9,105,273,000.
7- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Standards and Quality Organization are estimated at SR 190,105,000.
8- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority are estimated at SR 179,306,000.
9- Revenues and expenditures of King Saud University are estimated at SR 9,424,006,000.
10- Revenues and expenditures of King Abdulaziz University are estimated at SR 5,710,048,000.
11- Revenues and expenditures of King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals are estimated at SR 1,345,912,000.
12- Revenues and expenditures of Imam Mohammed bin Saud Islamic University are estimated at SR 3,815,770,000.
13- Revenues and expenditures of Islamic University are estimated at SR 1,005,070,000.
14- Revenues and expenditures of King Faisal University are estimated at SR 2,204,421,000.
15- Revenues and expenditures of Umm Al-Qura University are estimated at SR 2,690,602,000.
16- Revenues and expenditures of King Khalid University are estimated at SR 3,605,100,000.
17- Revenues and expenditures of Taibah University are estimated at SR 2,077,990,000.
18- Revenues and expenditures of Al-Qassim University are estimated at SR 2,350,989,000.
19- Revenues and expenditures of Al-Taif University are estimated at SR 2,040,426,000.
20- Revenues and expenditures of Jazan University are estimated at SR 1,771,539,000.
21- Revenues and expenditures of Jouf University are estimated at SR 1,440,536,000.
22- Revenues and expenditures of Hail University are estimated at SR 1,330,502,000.
23- Revenues and expenditures of Tabuk University are estimated at SR 1,287,615,000.
24- Revenues and expenditures of Baha University are estimated at SR 941,318,000.
25- Revenues and expenditures of Najran University are estimated at SR 1,079,175,000.
26- Revenues and expenditures of Northern Border University are estimated at SR 932,667,000.
27- Revenues and expenditures of Princess Norah bint Abdulrahman University are estimated at SR 2,195,939,000.
28- Revenues and expenditures of Dammam University are estimated at SR 2,907,756,000.
29- Revenues and expenditures of Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz University are estimated at SR 1,239,675,000.
30- Revenues and expenditures of Al-Majma'a University are estimated at SR 949,406,000.
31- Revenues and expenditures of Shaqra University are estimated at SR 896,819,000.
32- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Electronic University are estimated at SR 354,902,000.
33- Revenues and expenditures of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation are estimated at SR 5,318,093,000.
34- The revenues and expenditures of King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology are estimated at SR 2,150,419,000.
35- The revenues and expenditures of Institute of Public Administration are estimated at SR 565,115,000.
36- The revenues and expenditures of King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center at SR 5,713,000,000.
37- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Red Crescent Authority are estimated at SR 1,837,340,000.
38- The revenues and expenditures of Military Industries Corporation are estimated SR 2,729,921,000.
39- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Geological Survey are estimated at SR 235,669,000.
40- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities are estimated at SR 703,000,000.
41- The revenues and expenditures of Communications and Information Technology Commission are estimated at SR 993,600,000.
42- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Food and Drug Authority are estimated at SR 994,100,000.
43- The revenues and expenditures of Saudi Post are estimated at SR 2,524,041,000.
44- The revenues and expenditures of General Authority of Civil Aviation are estimated at SR 16,588,746,000.
45- Revenues and expenditures of Human Rights Commission are estimated at SR 116,348,000.
46- Revenues and expenditures of General Survey Authority are estimated at SR 589,400,000.
47- Revenues and expenditures of King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy are estimated at SR 500,000,000 .
48- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Bank for Savings and Credit are estimated at SR 423,389,000.
49- Revenues and expenditures of General Organization of Guardianship of the Money of Minors and Alike are estimated at SR 80,000,000.
50- Revenues and expenditures of Television and Broadcasting Commission are estimated at SR 1,630,797,000.
51- Revenues and expenditures of Saudi Press Agency are estimated at SR 182,760,000.
52- Revenues and expenditures of General Authority for Audiovisual Information are estimated at SR 7,000,000.

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