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Buddy Wells Feb 12
In this article I explain why, due to sectoral balances, the most effective way for the state to reduce its deficit & public debt is to procure & borrow only from the SAn (non foreign) private sector .
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British Red Cross Policy Jan 20
We welcome Government’s Annual Report on Going forward, we want to see bold new policy commitments tackling loneliness & funding ring-fenced in the – see the Action Group’s shadow report here for our calls:
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CivicDataLab Jan 29
Q5. In , the highest share of projected expenditure was for ______. (check for answer!)
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Eduplana× Jul 2
UBEC PROJECTS (Regional) Despite numerous dilapidated Public schools across Nigeria, the FG through allocated for a total of 159 sch projects in . Breakdown: North West - 31 South West - 26 North East, South South - 25 South East - 21 North Central - 18
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Steven Guilbeault @ 🏡 Feb 26
Happy to hear how our investments in have helped create good jobs in the and industries all across Canada. Looking forward to another exciting year of great concerts, festivals, and shows!
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David Macdonald Dec 13
Great to see that includes finalizing the capping of the stock option deduction which despite being in still isn't actually closed
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Eduplana× Jul 3
2019 UBEC Allocations In , only 5 states received more than N500mn for Public schools intervention. Delta - N1.12bn Osun - N962mn Kano - N930mn Bauchi - N785mn States with least allocation include Ekiti, Lagos - N15mn Plateau - N10mn Zamfara - N5mn
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Eduplana× Jul 2
UBEC PROJECTS (Percentage Allocation) Out of the N9.58bn total Allocation for UBEC in , Only 68% of the allocation was specified, 11% of UBEC allocation was for joint state projects while 21% of the Allocation was for unspecified projects.
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Jonathan Berger Nov 6
As Parliament stands empty, it's not today, & I'll miss out on the quickfire tweeting for 's twitter feed; responding to announcements as well as the occasional big reveal by the Chancellor. We hope that an updated Finance Bill wi…
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Moses Harding John Jan 15
This could have been done in instead of booking one-off revenues, including taking money from RBI balance sheet? System didn’t believe fiscal deficit of BE of FY20 of 3.4%, anyway!
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PSAM Jun 10
Presentations to the Select Committee on Appropriations of by and Parliamentary Budget Office. Notable trends in decreasing (real) expenditure in areas such as and which we have also previously noted in and
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Deleted By Australian MPs Aug 5
DT Mathias Cormann: Last time in Government, Labor delayed the listing of important new medicines on the PBS because they ran out of money.
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Dr Rashid Pelpuo Nov 13
Why this year budget rendered too many senior members of Government sleeping is the story of boredom and lackluster performance .. It was a poor show ..
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Mukesh Butani 🇮🇳 Dec 31
Wow - incredibly successful - Over 73% eligible tax players opt for service tax & excise settlement scheme expected to raise over ₹30,000 Cr. Scheme extended by a fortnight
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CCVO Nov 13
The was released by on Oct 24 and CCVO has looked at what this means for the sector. Learn more about the impacts by reading our detailed budget analysis:
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Jason Luan Nov 15
So pleased that kept FCSS funding at $100 million. understands the importance of FCSS program to communities. We value w/ municipalities & civil societies. We support & ! Great job Minster
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Terry Fox Research Institute Dec 23
: Over the next week we will be presenting some of our major 2019 milestones. We'll start off in March, when announced that the federal government would invest $150M over five years for the Cancer Centres Network as part of
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Dwayne Chomyn, Q.C. Nov 5
From what I can tell, the people complaining about purported raised taxes in are people who wanted to raise taxes.
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Rep Mary Belk Jan 13
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Rachel Kratofil 🔬 Nov 19
Tuition increases will hit us hard as grad students, especially grad students. Speak now to voice your concern for as they advocate on your behalf!!
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