public spending


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public spending

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) expenditure by central government, local authorities, and public enterprises
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This represents a nearly 140 percent increase in public spending compared to 2005, the last year for which a budget was passed, when spending.
Higher oil prices and continued public spending support the stable 2018 outlook on non-financial companies in the GCC, Moody's Investors Service said on Wednesday.
INCOME tax reforms proposed in the draft Scottish Budget will only provide relief from public spending cuts for a year, a think-tank have warned.
The Philippine economy rose at a faster pace in the third-quarter of the year amid the recovery of the export sector along with strong public spending and robust domestic demand, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto E.
It is supposed to help improve the public institutions' financial operations and strengthen the oversight and transparency of public spending.
5 percent mainly thanks to growing public spending despite low oil revenues.
The latest Government public spending figures show the North East still loses out on money for roads and railways while London receives a far bigger share of transport cash than it should, based on population size.
The North African state is under pressure from international lenders to reduce public spending and cut the deficit to help economic growth, especially after two militant attacks badly hurt its vital tourism industry.
It calls for sensible public spending increases linked to economic performance.
In fact, I've just heard David Cameron say that Labour can't be trusted with the economy because it caused the "crash" by losing control of public spending.
GEORGE Osborne's pledge to end austerity a year earlier than expected will only be met by a tighter squeeze on public spending in the nearer term, official forecasts have shown.
Public spending cuts are going way too far THE scale of cuts to public spending imposed by this Government go beyond what is required.