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Budget Paper No.2 Fiscal and Economic Outlook 2008-2009



Budget Paper No.2 Fiscal and Economic Outlook 2008-2009

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2008-09 Budget 104 Uniform Presentation Framework Table 8.22 2008-09 Loan Council Allocation Loan Council Allocation Budget-time Estimate $M $M General government sector cash deficit (+)/surplus (-) - 9 Public non financial corporations sector cash deficit (+)/surplus (-) 134 137 Non financial public sector cash deficit (+)/surplus (-) 134 128 Acquisitions under finance leases and similar arrangements equals ABS GFS cash deficit (+)/surplus (-) 134 128 less Net cash flows from investments in financial assets for policy purposes plus Memorandum items 2008-09 LOAN COUNCIL ALLOCATION 134 128 Tolerance limit (2% of non financial public sector cash receipts from operating activities) 81 Change in Loan Council Allocation 6 Note: This table sets out the Territorys 2008-09 Loan Council Allocation (LCA) Budget update of $128 million as compared to that nominated and endorsed with the Loan Council of $134 million. This is within the tolerance limit of 2 per cent of non financial public sector operating cash receipts that applies between the LCA and Budget time nomination. ABS GFS means Australian Bureau of Statistics Government Finance Statistics.

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