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Total United States government expenditure is recorded by the Office of Management and Budget and includes federal, state and local government spending.
4 Private and Government Expenditure on Healthcare as a Percentage of Total Healthcare Expenditure 22 5.
2012 The run-up in government expenditures during the recent financial crisis has led some to believe that growth in the government sector is far outpacing the economy.
Summary: ISLAMABAD, Rabi&' Al-Awwal 06, 1432, Feb 09, 2011, SPA -- Pakistan&'s federal cabinet resigned on Wednesday to allow Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani to set up a new, smaller cabinet and reduce government expenditure, officials said.
It implies that government with high debt must run high future surplus in term of present value and it can be generated through adjustments in taxes, government expenditure or seigniorage [Buiter (2002)].
Economists fear that Britain's recovery will struggle as the coalition government is set to slash government expenditure in a comprehensive spending review on October 20.
Government expenditure is (mostly) the equivalent of the administration expenses of the country, because it is only (or nearly so) the private sector that is revenue-earning.
The combination of no raising tax and expanding government expenditure had been adopted by LDP and will be kept by even DPJ.