National budget, Microeconomics

National Budget:

A National Budget is a document showing estimates of expected government revenue and intended expenditure for the coming financial year. It usually consist of the review of the performance of the immediate preceding budget, objectives of the present budget, revenue projection, estimates of current and capital expenditures as well as policy strategies to promote the achievement of the stated objectives.

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