Friday September 18, 2020

Government in major clampdown on current spending

{ "#" : "The government has promised that there will be no slowdown in spending on infrastructure, but day-to-day spending on wages and services will come under unprecedented pressure as the economy slows, has learned." , "i" : "The Sunday Business P

15th March, 2008

{ "#" : "The government has promised that there will be no slowdown in spending on infrastructure, but day-to-day spending on wages and services will come under unprecedented pressure as the economy slows, has learned." , "i" : "The Sunday Business Post"}

Ministers will be told that the growth in current spending will be cut again next year, while a programme to find administrative savings is at an advanced stage in the Department of Finance.

However, speaking at the European...

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