TNBiz (TNBiz)
Czech republic  |  November 19, 2012 09:29:14

The new state budget proposal counts with lower income and expenses

PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - A new draft state budget for next year, compared with the original plan envisages a decline of revenue and expenditure of 6.1 billion, said in Sunday's debate Questions of Vaclav Moravec Finance Minister Miroslav Kalousek (TOP 09). Budget deficit of 100 billion is to remain unchanged.

Compared forthcoming transfer of four billion crowns from Lesy CR (LCR), the Ministry decided to transfer to the state budget of two billion extra. Forests are currently in the deposit approximately 16 billion. Revenue and expenditure and the proposed law on the state budget, which should be discussed by the government at the center, but realistically drop by 4.1 billion.

"Given two billion of the Forests of the Czech Republic, also may be reduced by two billion budgetary demands of debt service and 2.1 billion given to the operating funds," the minister said on television.

Kalousek steps to prevent a coalition. According to his words the cabinet Petr Necas (ODS), the first government that was able to reduce wage levels for the government.

Budget deficit will remain at 2.9 percent of gross domestic product. Kalousek agreement with the Prime Minister Necas proposed in 2014 and 2015 deficits of 2.7 and 2.2 percent of GDP.

The government should have, according to Kalousek spending in 2014, five billion more in 2015 to about 30 billion crowns more. The money should go to the pro-growth measures.

Cabinet Petr Necas budget should Deputies present to 23 November.

Denisa Šindlerová,

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