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the act of reducing spending

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But in 2014-15 there would be another 2% spending cut.
With the government and the ruling camp agreeing on the spending cut plan, the two sides will start full-fledged discussions on revenue reforms.
The DPJ is calling for a 10 trillion yen government spending cut over the next three years and a cap of fresh government bond issuance to less than 30 trillion yen in fiscal 2008, according to the pledge, to be formally announced this week.
The Kasich plan offers a starting point for more dramatic spending cuts.
In this Spending Cut Alert, CAGW compared the FY 2012 Energy & Water bill to the recommendations contained in its 2011 Prime Cuts database and found three significant spending cuts that, if enacted, would save taxpayers $618 million in FY 2012 and $3.
2 ( ANI ): A deal to reverse the effects of America's fall over the 'fiscal cliff' is again in danger after Republicans in the House of Representatives rebelled over the lack of spending cuts.
While Taro Aso, chairman of the Policy Research Council of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) voiced support for Nikai's view, Kazuo Kitagawa, policy chief of the New Komeito party, said it is too early to propose spending cuts.
This bill would require a special session of Congress to consider spending cuts.
The Spending Cut of the Week calls attention to a federal program that is wasteful or duplicative.
Summary: WASHINGTON -- US President Barack Obama on Tuesday urged Congress to pass a small package of spending cuts and tax reforms to delay larger, automatic cuts from going into effect and damaging the economy on March 1.
The bipartisan plan, which blocked most impending tax increases and put off spending cuts, left a slew of issues unresolved.
Or Democrats might capitulate on taxes to avoid substantive spending cuts.
BUSINESS leaders have called on the Government to introduce spending cuts and reduce tax increases in next month's Budget.
Synopsis: Forty-five percent of Americans favor an approach to reducing the deficit that relies equally on spending cuts and tax increases, up from 32% in July 2011.
5 billion of spending cuts and tax increases -- instead of immediately, to soften the blow to Greece's moribund economy, which is heading for its sixth straight year of recession.