Demographic influences on public spending
The Government's public spending plans, outlined in the 1988 Autumn Statement and the 1989 Public Expenditure White Paper, project that total Government expenditure will grow by 1 3/4 percent per annum in real terms over the three years from 1988/89 to 1991/92. As a proportion of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Government spending is projected to continue to decline, from 39 3/4 per cent in 1988/89 to 38 3/4 per cent in 1991/92. From the peak level of nearly 47 per cent in 1982/83, the share of GDP taken by Government spending would then have fallen by nearly one fifth in less than a decade.
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Volume (Year): 10 (1989)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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