Government Spending

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Government Spending

The payment of money by a government for some service it offers. A major example of government spending is payment of salaries for military personnel. Because government spending is financed by some combination of taxes and public debt, the level and recipients of government spending are usually matters of some controversy.
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Summary: Lebanon's budget deficit in the first half of 2019 dropped by more than 20 percent to $2.42 billion compared to the same period of 2018 due to a sharp drop in government expenditures.
She said that with taxpayers money the government expenditures reached a huge amount of Rs 1100 billion adding the PM should not stage drama of woes of taxpayers adding that an amount of Rs one billion has lost on Peshawar metro bus.
In a separate letter, he further asked to allocate specific time for discussing the report of the auditor general on the provincial government expenditures before budget proceedings.
The children whose parents were killed before them needed to be counselled by the psychiatric on government expenditures.
government expenditures accounting for 3.3 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 1930 compared to 20.5 percent of GDP in 2017.
The legislators said government expenditures can directly affect employment rate as projects can generate several jobs.
On October 16, the nowcast of third-quarter real government expenditures growth fell from 2.1 percent to 1.3 percent after the U.S.
From January to August, government expenditures amounted to P2.191 trillion, 23 percent up from last year's level of P1.778 trillion.
This is why we are working on a new web-based platform titled "Open Financing" which enables citizens to have insight into all Government expenditures in real time.
The meeting decided to devise a media strategy to highlight the achievements and important decisions of PTI government, including noticeable reduction in government expenditures, abolition of discretionary powers of the Prime Minister, and election of a middle class representative as Chief Minister Punjab.
Which would be taken out of the federal government [and] would mean we would be cutting federal government expenditures, that's you know the P560 billion it's about 95 percent of the personnel services...,' he added.
According to the Minority Spokesman on Finance, 'the evidence seems to suggest that fiscal credibility is being compromised, regarding government expenditures.'

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