public expenditure


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public expenditure

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) spending by central government, local authorities, and public corporations
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22 (BNA): The Omani Finance Ministry organized a seminar to discuss the mechanisms and procedures that should be taken to make a comprehensive revision of the expenditure items and the priorities in this stage to rationalize and enhance public expenditure in the Sultanate in light of the oil price slump in the world markets.
Sector / Sub sector: Public sector management - Public expenditure and fiscal management - Reforms of state owned enterprises
Public Expenditure Declines at the First Five Months of 2015
BY MIRROR REPORTER THE Department of Public Expenditure and Reform issues guidelines relating to foreign travel and subsistence for ministers.
The Ministry of Finance has applied a fiscal programme targeting the rearrangement of public expenditure priorities
A statement for the Ministry of Finance said, "Zebari held several technical and detailed talks with the International Monetary Fund's officials and the official of Iraq's team in the fund to help Fund for Iraq under the current financial crisis, stressing that it was agreed on by the Fund to provide emergency financial assistance within the government and Ministry of Finance's plans to reduce public expenditure ".
A growth in public expenditure to fund infrastructure projects coupled with a marginal fall in crude prices in the international markets caused the deficit, which is against an early budget deficit projection of OMR1.
6 billion, or 68 percent of the public expenditure, to current expenses, and OMR 3.
He wrote: "Scotland and Northern Ireland have their snouts well and truly in the public expenditure trough.
The areas of public expenditure that could and should be devolved to a regional level, if some parity with Scotland is to be secured, are very significant.
Kann also pinpointed to that financial problem related to public expenditure, assuring that the finance minister is studying the matter thoroughly with his team in order to come out with a legal procedure or frame relevant to the expenditure issue.
2 billion, or 24 per cent, of the overall public expenditure are to cover spending on development projects and capital expenses for the production of oil and gas, while subsidy expenses amount to RO1.
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