A trip on a college student budget is already expensive.
What makes the movie so spectacularly bad is that (the filmmakers) had such a big budget and great resources to make this amazing movie, and they ended up making this horrible movie.
Iran is the only major oil-producing country that still has a budget deficit. History tells us since the Iranian revolution, they always talk about cutting production, but they've never cut it.
The teachers? union fully understood our budget. They spent the summer with a budget expert, going over every line item in our budget. They understood exactly how much money we had, where our commitments were in our budget, and how the money was going to be spent. It was unrelated. The loan was a way that teachers could contribute to the district?s financial improvement, without having to take a permanent pay cut. We would never take a loan from our teachers to give it to another union. That is totally ridiculous.
The government delayed its budget spending till the second half of the year.
One hand adds 100 jobs and the other hand takes 200 in widespread cuts to the state budget. And from where exactly will the police get the funding to buy bugging devices? The criminals don't have such problems. They have the money for satellite telephones, fast cars and fortified houses.
The education portfolio, after defense, is the portfolio with the biggest budget. It affects every family in Israel, at every level. The Defense Ministry, by the way, also has major social aspects.
The market is fully aware that the (budget) problems are extremely serious and awaits the new government to tackle it.
The budget situation might have had some effect on the decision-making to bring the bond back, but I don't think it was the overriding factor honestly.
Overall, I think treasury is on the right track. Every group coming into treasury has a fair chance [for budget appeals].
If a student wants to help with advertising but doesn't want to work on budget, they will be able to work on what it is they care about.
It's a budget that invests for the long term.
It's a budget that sets priorities. It's a budget that will help us sustain economic growth and uphold pro-development policies.
The thrust of the budget is to improve the standard of living of citizens, of course, to create more jobs for nationals.
The effect of (a budget failure) is underscoring the negative political background for the euro.
We see a lot of merit in the bill, but it is a budget issue. It would have to be worked out as part of the budget process.
I've read about the budget and the need for matching funds. I would be willing to see the money better allocated in the city budget. The library is pretty important and it was pretty well neglected last year.
Local and provincial governance needs to be improved. There will have to be hard budget constraints.
It's what's causing the funding problem we're having in the budget. We should keep that in mind as we pass these multitudes of tax breaks.
If I write a crappy comic book, it doesn't cost the budget of an emergent Third World nation. When you've got these kinds of sums involved in creating another two hours of entertainment for Western teenagers, I feel it crosses the line from being merely distasteful to being wrong.
After doing Paris, Milan, New York and London, we had a budget for India...But I am going back with some of my money.
It was a tight budget year, but the administration's support for Guam is evidenced in the renegotiated Compacts of Free Association, which made the Compact mandatory rather than subject to the uncertainty of annual appropriations. The revised Compacts also increased Guam's impact aid from US$5 million annually to US$14 million annually.
This budget is a fraud on the people of New Jersey. He promised he would reduce spending. Instead, he increased property taxes.
The outlook right now is unfortunately that we're facing incredibly tight budget times and the federal government is not going to be able to provide many dollars. That said, the projects that do get priority are the projects that entire communities get behind, and (that) have broad-based support.
We are proposing to define the budget deficit excluding oil revenues, instead of immediately cutting spending, and to refrain from increasing [the deficit].