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Priorities for 2014 Budget

Published: September 10, 2013 | 12:56 pm
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Pensions, health and education – the Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri has been speaking about the priorities for next year’s State Budget. According to him, social issues will once again be prioritised in the financial document, receiving around 50% of the funds from the 2014 Budget. Following the change in government, the Budget has been reassessed and corrected, with emphasis now being placed on pensions, health and education, Mr. Khaduri states.
The 2014 Budget will be passed to the Parliament for a review at the end of September.

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