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Baindurashvili: Georgian budget may be increased again2011-04-08 15:01
Georgian budget may be increased once again this year. As was reported by Novosti Georgia, such proposal was made today by Georgian Minister of Finance Kakha Baindurashvili in an interview to the journalists given before the parliament session that would consider amendments to the budget 2011.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The government foretold a 4,5% GDP growth this year when planning the budget 2011. But since we recorded a higher indicator, we reconsidered the previous conclusions and expect a 6,5-7% GDP growth in 2011. If it is realized within a year, we will reconsider the budget again and it may probably be increased again", - Baindurashvili stated.
"As for the draft changes in view, budget costs will increase almost by 348,8 million laris. Notably, tax receipt will grow by 350 million laris and will make 5 billion 650 million laris", - the minister reported.
In its turn, the opposition has many times spoken against the budget increase, seeing "the danger of inequality" in it.