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MoD to spend US$443 million on revenue expenditure during the forecast period 3.
8% or PS127m in their gross revenue expenditure while police reported an average increase of 4.
But the defence ministry has asked the finance ministry to review its decision to slash revenue expenditure -- money used for the day- today functioning of armed forces -- by 10 per cent.
He pointed out that earnings from divestment of public sector shares are not used to meet revenue expenditure but invested in the separately managed National Investment Fund.
About 90 per cent of our work is in the public and regulated sectors, of which 70 per cent is in maintenance, and we are particularly benefiting from strong growth in sectors driven by revenue expenditures such as highways and utilities," he said.
Where a company carries out R&D, and its revenue expenditure in connection with that R&D (for example, staff, materials, power, fuel, water, software) exceeds pounds 10,000, this expenditure can be deducted from its profits at a rate of 150% of its cost to the SME (or 125% for a large company).
In 2005/06 the council administered pounds 70m in housing benefits, about 16% of its gross revenue expenditure.
The revenue expenditure on the theatre will impact on the authority's council tax in due course: on current commitments the authority faces a subsidy of well over pounds 350,000 over the three years following its commissioning.