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Saturday 15th June, 2013 From a bipartisan tidal wave of support for education reform to a bizarre fight over a single word out of thousands, the state budget debate at week's end managed a few curve balls in an otherwise predictable script.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Thursday moved closer to formulate a joint strategy for the budget session in the National Assembly. PTI, which are the second and third highest seat-takers in the House, both sit no the opposition benches in the
Those who say he can't relate to people's day-to-day struggles should watch that performance...He delineated clearly and poignantly how the Government's austerity measures were affecting living standards, how property taxes were burdensome, how the
In a Gleaner interview following his opening presentation to the Budget Debate yesterday in Gordon House, Finance and Planning Minister Dr Peter Phillips said he is expecting to sign the IMF agreement for an Extended Fund Facility by the time he
Wednesday April 17, 2013 Businessman Garth Walker is hoping that there will be no new taxes announced during the 2013-14 Budget Debate, which begins tomorrow. He is also hoping that Minister of Finance and Planning Dr Peter Phillips, who will open
The new normal also includes rising prices, declining wages, more market-determined exchange rate adjustments, business contraction and general fiscal consolidation. Businessman Omar Azan provided many quotable clips in interviews with Cliff Hughes
S proposed Budget for 2013-2014 is to be laid in the House of Representatives in the afternoon of Thursday, April 4, following presentation of the Throne Speech by Governor General Sir Patrick Allen in the morning. Minister with responsibility for
The latest rumors circulating about the negotiations between Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner and United States President Barack Obama are finally making progress. Of course, this all depends on one’s definition of progress.
Sunday September 30, 2012 Martin Henry, Contributor As everybody knows, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is now here at the country's request to negotiate a new loan agreement after the P.J...The last administration had renewed a borrowing
00 am During yesterday's budget debate, Democrat MPs cited a lack of transparency as the reason the government does not deserve the large sum it has proposed. Adding to criticism of the government's rice-pledging scheme, Democrat Phitsanulok MP