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the act of reducing budgeted expenditures

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In 2018, our target is lower because of the budget cut of P2-billion.
The budget cut was sought by Senator Panfilo Lacson, who found the allocation for projects with unresolved right-of-way issues to be 'bloated' and prone to 'insertions' by legislators.
Some of the schools also have grappled with declining tuition in recent years, and Donovan says the only way to meet the budget cut requirements is to look for places where jobs can be eliminated.
Budget cut will not be applied to hospitals including PIMS and Polyclinic .
According to a leading scientist who requested the GlobalPost to keep his identity a secret for fear of losing his own funding, Australia's budget cuts has left researchers with the feeling that science is "being systematically removed" in all areas.
5m slashed off its funding for 2014/15 and after already seeing its budget cut by a fifth the deal poses an "enormous challenge".
All the stories I have seen seem to accept the Pentagon's claims that the planned budget cuts would do harm to essential defense.
Since well before the 2011 legislative session began, one question has dominated conversations about the state budget cuts to public education: How will they affect public schools?
NEWCASTLE Citizens Advice Bureau has said it will have to reduce opening hours and close centres following budget cuts.
The proposed budget cut will affect 10 regional libraries and the headquarters library, which operate on a budget of $3.
Under threat of a $110 million higher ed budget cut, they held a series of press conferences across the state to fight back.
There's no way that you can take that amount of a budget cut and continue doing the things that you've done in the past.
3% between 2010-11 and 2011-12, with the budget cut by pounds 2m - down to pounds 53m.
The Budget cut to INIS will inevitably create even longer decision-making times, causing greater hardship.
1 billion mid-year budget cut today, has decided to spare local schools from cuts in state aid to cities and towns.