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For example, in June 2008 the notional deal value was $10 trillion, which represented just 1.
If we allow our elected officials to control $2 trillion of our money, without proper oversight, we become the farmer who ignores the fox that's guarding the chicken coop.
95 trillion yen based on the estimate that the outstanding amount of government bonds at the end of the fiscal year would increase to 836.
Best estimates put tax haven holdings at $8 trillion.
That figure, the average of calculations ranging from $16 trillion to $54 trillion, comes from converting and tallying a range of ecosystem values from more than 100 studies.
1 trillion in equities by 1991--a level three times more than their holdings in 1980.
To further improve its long term funding composition and strengthen its tier 2 capital, the Bank has successfully completed the issuance of Rp 1,5 trillion Subordinated Bonds and Rp 300 billion Sukuk Mudharabah.
07 trillion in net profit in the first quarter of 2013, up 34.
The government has yet to issue deficit-covering bonds worth about 38 trillion yen for fiscal 2012, with a political standoff preventing enactment of a relevant bill.
Summary: The telecoms sector proved to be a boon to the government as the revenues from this lucrative industry helped the Finance Ministry reduce the budget deficit in the first nine months of this year by close to LL1 trillion ($666 million).
3 trillion Korean Won (Korean Currency) in new businesses in the environmental and healthcare industries in Pakistan by 2020.
economy has grown 10-fold, from $1 trillion to $10.
As of fiscal 2001, the fund was still obligated to pay the Finance Ministry interest on [yen]24 trillion yen that was "borrowed" by Nempuku from the Trust Fund Bureau.
But two years later, despite (or perhaps because of) that tax hike, the economy was still sluggish, the deficit was still running at $300 billion annually, and President Clinton's own budget projections were for those deficits to continue for at least the next 10 years - adding $3 trillion to the national debt.