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the property of being an amount by which something is less than expected or required

a deficiency or failure in neurological or mental functioning

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(sports) the score by which a team or individual is losing

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an excess of liabilities over assets (usually over a certain period)

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Mr Heng said: "Notwithstanding the overall budget surplus, FY2017 budget remains expansionary for the domestic economy.
2 per cent budget surplus and implements the planned reforms without hesitation, then the Fund will not raise the issue of imposing new measures.
Samuel Tombs, chief UK economist of Pantheon Macroeconomics, said the public finance figures for May "cast more doubt" over whether Mr Osborne can achieve a budget surplus by the end of this parliament.
Even at the conservative oil price assumption of $65 a barrel, Qatar had projected a budget surplus of QR7.
The report, issued by the research department of Jadwa Investment Company, said this year's budget surplus could reach 3.
78-billion budget surplus in May, a turnaround from the P13.
Although the budget surplus might seem low compared to the surplus of last January, which was TL 5.
The central government had a primary budget surplus of 1.
Greece and its lenders are close to agreeing that Greece will achieve a primary budget surplus this year, a senior Finance Ministry official told reporters on Sunday after senior Greek and EU and IMF officials met.
Summary: Muscat: The Sultanate's budget surplus for the first half of 2013 plunged by 94 per .
Zargaryan pointed out that in Jan-May 2013 the state budget surplus made up 31.
The Vatican Bank has posted a budget surplus of EUR2.
A country's financial balance is the ratio of a country's budget surplus or deficit to its gross domestic product (GDP), expressed as a percentage.
Kuwait's large budget surplus has been buoyed by strong oil revenues, which account for around 95 per cent of its revenue
6 percent of gross domestic product by 2016, compared to the budget surplus of 12 percent of GDP it predicts for this year.