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address , Trump is expected to face opposition from Democrats balking at proposed cuts to domestic spending, but also from Republicans urging an even larger budget increase, potentially boosting the defense firms' shares even higher.
"Modi government has added insult to injury by first ignoring the common man and farmer in the Union Budget and then giving a steep shock by the post budget increase....
e company has already warned that George Osborne's Budget increase in the tax on xed odds betting terminals will cost it about PS22m a year.
The European Commission, European Parliament and member states like Bulgaria have on the other hand argued for a budget increase.
I FIND it utterly ridiculous that the European Commission has proposed a 6.8% budget increase, equivalent to EUR138 billion extra, when the majority of member states across the EU are under mandate to enforce austerity measures imposed by Brussels already proving to be seriously damaging.
State media quoted defence ministry spokesman Yang Yujun, as saying that the defence budget increase was reasonable and should be viewed objectively.
The budget increase is due to the sharp reduction in energy and food subsidies.
The European Commission authorised, on 4 April, under EU state aid rules, a budget increase for a Greek guarantee scheme, with an additional tranche amounting to 30 billion.
The reason given by the government for the budget increase was 'heavy expenditure in the war on terror'.
"I've got an indication of a budget increase, how much I don't know.
Ed Balls', pictured, bid for a budget increase of pounds 2.6bn over the next three years is however somewhat peculiar.
Forty-two percent of CIOs suffered budget decreases in the first quarter of 2009, and IT shops on average slashed budgets by 4.7%, according to new research published by Gartner.<p>CIOs were expecting an average first quarter budget increase of 0.16% late last year, but were forced to cut costs as the economy worsened.
By a 245-178 vote, the House of Representatives passed an omnibus appropriations bill on Wednesday, February 25, 2009, that would grant the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) a budget increase of roughly $325 million for the fiscal year 2009.
"The president's requested budget increase for the SEC would enable us to increase our staff and use new technology to pursue risk-based approaches that would better detect fraud and ensure stronger oversight of the nation's securities markets," said SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro.
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