Mr Brown's words were undoubtedly aimed at embarrassing shadow chancellor Oliver Letwin, who has committed the Tories to a cash freeze on defence spending - effectively a real terms
8 percent), so salary increases in real terms
are seen to be lower in Hong Kong (1.
8% in real terms
, mainly due to an increase in value for feedingstuffs (+1%), maintenance of materials (+2%) and seeds and planting stocks (+2.
The magazine said take-home pay had fallen due to increased pension contributions while pay had dropped by 9% in real terms
Based on seasonally and working day adjusted data, GDP growth rate in real terms
is estimated at -4.
If the government can increase taxation or borrowing, cut the welfare bill further or generate greater efficiencies in other parts of the public sector, then the NHS might be in line for a real terms
increase, albeit at a rate that does not keep pace with demographic pressures.
It expected the sector's overall contribution to GDP to increase in real terms
4 percent in real terms
at single-member households and 2.
The reason food is so much cheaper in real terms
today is that wages have gone up ten-fold over the past 150 years, while technological changes have made food from around the world readily available," said Elinor Zuke, a senior reporter at the magazine.
17 in real terms
to fill their weekly basket with food, drink and household items in 1862 - compared to just pounds 93.
As with most areas of government spending, education spending in the UK is set to shrink in real terms
over the Spending Review period.
4 percent in nominal terms from the previous estimate, but in real terms
a positive growth of 12.