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Office outlets waiting for Budget statements to be released when the Finance Minister began his evening address. These were then rushed back to offices for senior executives to trawl through while junior employees wanted to know whether petrol taxes
Serbia's budget deficit totaled RSD 75.91bn in the first four months of the year, the Serbian Finance and Economy Ministry released on Thursday According to the ministry, the expenditures added up to RSD 325.76bn and revenues totaled RSD 249.84bn.
US companies are hiring more workers and home prices, stock markets and energy production are climbing...The Congressional Budget Office on Tuesday slashed its budget deficit forecast for the current fiscal year ending Sept. 30 to $642 billion, a
I'd like to get happy about our declining deficit, but the problem lies in the debt...To me, that is like hearing 'the cancer is spreading a little slower...I can't say that sounds like news I can get real excited about. The CBO is independent and
With most of the world's major economies running the printing presses to the point where it's becoming absurd, there's one country out there that is in the catbird seat when it comes to a strong, stable economy, growing export markets and strong
New shekel notes featuring Shaul Tchernichovsky (50 shekels note), Natan Alterman (200 shekel note). Photo: Courtesy Bank of Israel Finance Minister Yair Lapid's recent push to allow the budget deficit to reach 4.65 percent of GDP in 2013 was an ill-
Greece said on Friday its budget deficit at central government level shrank in the first four months of the year, remaining on track to meet fiscal targets under the country's international bailout. The reading narrowed to 330 million euros ($432.14
Israel will slash spending and hike taxes this year and next to rein in a growing budget deficit that Finance Minister Yair Lapid warned could cause an economic collapse if left unchecked. The 2013-2014 budget draft, published on Tuesday, showed cuts
European commissioner Olli Rehn said on Friday that the Netherlands had until next year to ensure its budget deficit meets eurozone rules. It is important the Netherlands meets European budgetary rules but people should not hurry unduly. I am very
Bank of America Merrill Lynch chief economist for Australia, Saul Eslake, says he is now expecting the Government to hand down a budget deficit of around $20 billion in a fortnight's time, with few signs of returning to surplus in the next few years.