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theory and practice of conducting large public and private dealings in money. Important institutions of private finance include those that deal with insurance, banking, stocks (see stock), bonds, and other securities.
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revenue

The remuneration received by a carrier for various activities done for the customer.

revenue

1. the income accruing from taxation to a government during a specified period of time, usually a year
2. 
a. a government department responsible for the collection of government revenue
b. (as modifier): revenue men
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The current expenditure for the oil production sector stood at RO 346.
The current expenditure encompasses establishment cost of Rs 566 million and scholarships Rs 40 million.
Capital expenditure growth in the Kingdom has outpaced growth in current expenditure since 2009 and considerable allocation of funds will be required to support upcoming infrastructure initiatives.
Measures to contain current expenditures, particularly wages and subsidies, and continued heavy dependence on oil revenues are required to mitigate risks to the economy from downward oil price shocks," it stressed.
Furthermore, the increase in current expenditure areas -- in particular, the 17.
Any signs of "overheating" in the economy need to be managed through fiscal policy, in particular through restraining further increases in current expenditures to control aggregate demand, combined with liquidity management by the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) to absorb the structural liquidity surplus, and through macro-prudential measures to help smooth excessive credit growth and mitigate pressures from excessive leverage or risk-taking in specific sectors, it said.
The overall magnitude of Government current expenditure is still too high and is not affordable in the short or longer term.
Al Hashel said, 'We think it's very high, and we're taking all the necessary actions to reduce the current expenditure and spend more on investments and capital expenditures.
It said that only 6% of the Coalition's planned cuts to current expenditure had so far been implemented.
Regarding the pounds 604 "funding deficit", I have calculated, from UK government figures, that over pounds 500 is due to the private finance initiative scheme used in England, but rejected in Wales, where capital expenditure is transferred to current expenditure (ie, in this case, taken directly from pupil education to pay huge guaranteed dividends to largely American investors).
Total expenditure is also expected to decline from an estimated level of SR804 billion in 2011 to SR746 billion in 2012 mainly due to decline in the current expenditure from SR604 billion to SR512 billion.
Establishment of an independent commission to scrutinize all development and current expenditure with a view to ensuring their necessity, efficacy and value to the public exchequer.