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public expenditure

see GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE.
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This is not to say that cuts in public expenditure can be avoided which ever party forms the next government.
Those alternatives would be attempts to balance the budget with increases in tax rates and cuts in public expenditure, resulting in a deeper recession.
The paradox is that cutting public expenditure may lead to achieving a form of radical politics that Labour failed fully to achieve when doubsling many of the main budgets.
The Block is adjusted for inflation, relative population and changes in public expenditure in England.
The report from An Bord Snip Nua, the government's cost-cutting panel, calls for the elimination of as many as 17,539 public sector jobs as part of a plan to cut public expenditure by an annual total of EUR5.3 billion to save the republic's flagging economy, which is expected to suffer an 11 per cent downturn in GDP this year.
This section shall examine the trends in public expenditure on elementary education since 1990.
"The government is committed to continue the path of fiscal consolidation without compromising on requirements of public expenditure placed by various sectors," she said.
He said that only in recent years the former Fata received Rs50 billion of public expenditure per year, but got much less of financing for public services.
Oman government's total public expenditure in 2017 stood at
As far as expenditures are concerned, total public expenditure increased by 4.8 per cent to OMR10,912.5 million for the first 11 months of 2018.
According to Brendan Howlin, the disaster was allowed to continue due to the departments of Finance and Public Expenditure being merged together under Paschal Donohoe in 2017.
On the other hand, Oman's total public expenditure increased 7.2 per cent to RO10.1bn in the first ten months of 2018 from RO9.42bn for the same period of 2017.

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