(Corrects 2019 spending projection to 1.048 trln not 1.084 trln)
DUBAI, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia expects its state budget deficit to widen to 187 billion riyals ($49.86 billion) next year, from a projected 131 billion riyals for this year, Finance Minister Mohammed al-Jadaan said on Thursday.
The kingdom expects revenues of 833 billion riyals for 2020, down from 917 billion riyals projected for 2019, he told a news briefing ahead of the final budget announcement later this year.
Spending is expected at 1.02 trillion riyals for 2020 versus 1.048 trillion projected in 2019, the minister said.
$1 = 3.7502 riyals Reporting by Marwa Rashad; Writing by Tuqa Khalid;