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Synonyms for revenue

Synonyms for revenue

the entire amount of income before any deductions are made

government income due to taxation

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However, high current expenditure will not pose a threat to Kuwait's fiscal position as long as oil prices remain high.
The government revised current expenditure of Economic Affairs to Rs72.
The budgetary allocations indicate that current expenditures of most of the federal ministries will be frozen at the level of the current year because of tight fiscal position.
A trend analysis shows that both current expenditure (expenses towards providing quality education, healthcare and the creation of new jobs to the local population) and investment expenditure (overall development expenses) have increased considerably over the years which in turn act as an engine for social and economic growth.
Current Expenditures for Public Elementary and Secondary Education
A large proportion of current expenditure is spent on the operation of environmental equipment, and this amount increases as the size of the total capital stock rises.
The monthly statistical bulletin said that the public expenditure in current expenditure sector registered a marginal increase by 0.
3 billion, out of which the current expenditure is Rs.
Furthermore, the current expenditure (salaries, allowances and operating cost) rise as the state final accounts of 2012 showed a significant increase of 43.
It appears that the government's windfall gains on the revenue side not only covers the additional current expenditure due to salary revision, but also generates surpluses for the year.
Overall, the current expenditure is projected to decrease by 6.
The financing of local governments is restricted to financing capital expenditure, not current expenditure or commercial projects.
1 billion as current expenditure and JD707 million as capital expenditure.
g) The overall expenditure during 2014-15 are estimated at Rs 4,302 billion, out of which the current expenditure is Rs 3,463 billion and development expenditure is Rs 839 billion.
Meanwhile, the NCSI figures also highlight a significant drop of 27% in current expenditure in the public sector spending in 2013, with expenditure totaling RO 6,404 million in 2013 versus the 2012 total of RO 8,773 million.