budget cut

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Noun1.budget cut - the act of reducing budgeted expendituresbudget cut - the act of reducing budgeted expenditures
cut - the act of reducing the amount or number; "the mayor proposed extensive cuts in the city budget"
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She said: "In a recent survey I sent out to schools in my constituency, 82 per cent had had their school's budget cut in real terms for the current academic year and 88 per cent were pessimistic about their funding."
He said the budget cut would collapse the whole system of higher education.
The budget cut, however, won't become official without a fight.
Yesterday, MCA president Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong said that the budget cut was due to a 'vendetta' practised by the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government towards MCA.
The Treasury has proposed a Sh55.1 billion budget cut affecting both national and county governments in a bold move to reduce expenditure in the face of dwindling revenue.
class="MsoNormalThe CJ said the Judiciary had sought a budget of S1.2 billion but the Treasurys Budgetary Policy Statement capped it at Sh17.3 billion, with a paltry Sh50 million for development.Mr Maraga has warned that following the budget cut, several programmes will be stopped and others scaled down.
The decision was made while the agency looks for ways to comply with a mandated budget cut of more than $50 million, according to a DPS memo from last month.
The county board imposed a 3.6 percent budget cut across all departments to zero out a $5.9 million deficit heading into 2018.
Labour-run Halton has seen it's budget cut per head by PS255.87.
(AP) -- Vermont State Colleges Chancellor Tim Donovan says a 4-percent budget cut being sought by the Shumlin administration will mean job losses on the system's campuses.
ISLAMABAD -- 3 major hospitals of federal capital have been exempted from 30 percent budget cut.
POLICE forces have been hit "where it hurts" following a budget cut of around 2%, it has been claimed.