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1 The increase of taxation is an important fiscal policy.
2 The minister opened upon the fiscal question.
3 The chancellor has stabilized the economy through strict fiscal discipline.
4 We start the current fiscal year $30 million in the hole.
5 The government brought itself to the brink of fiscal disaster.
6 The limits are designed to encourage fiscal responsibility.
7 The company will report fiscal second-quarter results on Tuesday.
8 Time for a personal fiscal analysis of Proposition 186.
9 Many other distinguished fiscal economists recognise this.
10 Nor is it some fiscal dodge.
11 Much of this substance was about fiscal matters.
12 The bond-dependency ratio peaked this fiscal year(sentencedict.com), he said.
13 Why does discretionary fiscal policy often fail?
14 All the leading Republican governors qualify as fiscal conservatives.
15 How does fiscal policy affect the inequality of incomes?
16 It also said fiscal 1996 revenue should meet or exceed analysts' projections.
17 Fiscal Welfare: the tax system which adjusts the level of income on which tax is payable through reliefs and allowances.
18 This will be followed by a review of fiscal policies.
19 They agreed that countries with fiscal and current-account deficits should reduce budget deficits and increase private savings.
20 Fiscal policy, for instance, is commendably tight; there are no signs of any government-led dash for growth.
21 The government may soon offer investors some fiscal carrots to do so.
22 Thus discretionary trusts have lost many of their fiscal advantages.
23 They're ready to cut the federal budget deficit for the next fiscal year.
24 The accountants audited the company's books at the end of the fiscal year.
25 Cisco Systems posted record profits and sales for the third fiscal quarter.
26 The core group, moreover,(www.Sentencedict.com) would clearly need close co-ordination of fiscal and macroeconomic policies.
27 In the meantime, the Government should adopt a far more dynamic approach to fiscal policy.
28 Its budget has been cut by 40 percent from its fiscal 1995 level, resulting in staff firings and program reorganizations.
29 The rising costs of warfare by the late thirteenth century were a reason for fiscal innovations.
30 Therefore state expenditure tends to increase faster than revenues. Fiscal crisis results.
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