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Arabnews24.ca:Monday 27 June 2022 08:14 PM: Al-Riyadh, the Saudi newspaper which published the report, estimated at the time that Saudis spent $1.5bn (£1.23bn; €1.43bn at today's exchange rate) annually on sexual enhancement pills. Saudi Arabia's consumption was about 10 times higher than that of Russia, whose population was then five times larger, it said.

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