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Budgets and Budgeting

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  • Don't stretch budget rules too far, ECB's Coeure tells EU

    ATHENS (Reuters) - Sound fiscal policies are essential for euro zone countries to grow out of debt, and existing budget rules should be applied rather than being stretched so far that they lose credibility, a European Central Bank policymaker said. EU...
  • Indian government report urges strong steps to contain fiscal deficit

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's fiscal situation is worse than it appears, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government said in an economic report on Wednesday that called for tough measures to shore up public finances and reduce inflation. The tone of the...
  • Pennsylvania residents losers in state budget battle

    Missing from The Morning Call article on the state budget's winners and losers was the biggest group of losers — Pennsylvania residents. Gov. Corbett has no idea what his constituents need — employment, education and health care. His handling...
  • Fort Eustis a budget target again, but to what extent?

    Fort Eustis a budget target again, but to what extent?
    An Army planning document released last week describes a devastating impact to Fort Eustis if deep budget cuts return in 2016. But at this point, it is based more in theory than reality. Still, even a theoretical cut of nearly 4,200 personnel from an...
  • Allentown School money, new tax districts again in play

    HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Senate on Tuesday approved a budget document stripped of $1.45 million for the Allentown School District, but Sen. Pat Browne said he has received assurances that city schools will get the extra state help by other...
  • Southington School Technology Requests Exceed Budget

    SOUTHINGTON — Requests for $3.06 million worth of high-tech equipment, part of the renovation project for two middle schools, won approval from the school building committee Tuesday night even though the initial budget for the equipment was $2.23...
  • McAuliffe, lawmakers in tiff over office building

    McAuliffe, lawmakers in tiff over office building
    RICHMOND – When Gov. Terry McAuliffe lashed out at legislative Republicans last month over their refusal to expand Medicaid, he didn't just use his veto powers. McAuliffe also told his staff to stop cooperating with a legislative committee...
  • Factbox: India eyes private money for its wobbly, slow railways

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new government on Tuesday presented its first railway budget, promising to seek increased foreign and domestic private investment to fund modernization of the country's huge but badly stretched network....
  • India says private funds will help rail system, but gives no details

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government disappointed markets with its first major economic policy statement on Tuesday, promising to seek foreign and private funding for the railways but giving no details of how it would...
  • French MPs pass welfare cuts, unions boycott labor forum

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's parliament approved a series of welfare cuts on Tuesday despite abstentions by left-wing deputies, while a major teachers' union became the third group to boycott a labor forum hosted by President Francois Hollande. With 33...
  • Italy hits resistance to softer European spending rules

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Italy and its allies will receive no special leeway in meeting EU budget rules, European officials agreed on Tuesday, as Germany resisted attempts to soft-pedal on long-promised spending reforms. Italy, leading a drive for greater...