budget surplus


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budget surplus

When the government’s revenue exceeds its spending. Compare balanced budget, budget deficit.
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BOOSTED by exceptional contributions from statutory boards as well as increased stamp duty collections, Singapore is expected to rack up an overall budget surplus of S$9.
The statistics show that in April-June 2017 Latvia's budget surplus was equal to 1.
The International Monetary Fund does not ask the Greek government to take new measures to cover the fiscal gap that is due to the difference between the Fund's estimates and those of the European institutions regarding the country's primary budget surplus, reports Vima.
Mr Osborne has pledged to return the UK to a surplus by 2020, with the OBR forecast stating that the UK would have a budget surplus of PS10.
3 thousand) is replaced by a budget surplus in the amount of 614 million to 8.
Qatar may well end the financial year on a budget surplus despite the slump in global oil price by about 25% since June due to a glut in the market, weaker demand and a gloomy global growth outlook.
Saudi Arabia is heading for a record budget surplus this year, with actual revenues expected to exceed SR1.
The national government posted a second straight monthly budget surplus in May, the first time in six years, due to the Aquino administration's continued anemic public spending and strong revenue collection.
He also said the non-interest budget surplus was TL 6.
KUWAIT CITY - Kuwait's provisional budget surplus shrunk in the first nine months of this fiscal year as spending rose 18 percent and income was unchanged, according to official figures released Sunday.
The world's largest oil exporter also expected to conclude this year with a budget surplus of 206 billion riyals.
Greece posted a central government budget surplus in the first 11 months of the year, excluding debt servicing costs, putting it on track to seek debt relief from its international creditors.