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EAC member countries 2012 Budgetary Statements - Raw Stats.

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  1. Delta4

    Delta4 Senior Member

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    Here are the raw statistics; develop some extrapolations for yourself - you can share with the rest of us too if you are kind enough to.

    ''Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda raised their combined spending from $26.6 billion in the current financial year to $32 billion in budget spending plans released concurrently by the bloc's finance ministers.

    Kenya's total budget stands at $16 billion, up from $12.9 billion = an increase of $3.1 Billion (nearly equal to the total of Uganda 2012 Budget!)

    Uganda is $4.4 billion compared to last year's $3.6 billion. = an increase of $1.2 Billion

    Tanzania will spend TSh15 trillion (9.5 billion), a rise from Tsh13 trillion ($8.2 billion) = an increase of a mere $1.3 Billion

    Rwanda's Rwf 1.3 trillion ($2.3 billion), up from Rwf 1.1 trillion ($1.9 billion) in 2011.'' = an increase of $400Million


     
  2. Delta4

    Delta4 Senior Member

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    EAC member countries 2012 Budgetary Statements - Raw Stats.

    Here are the raw statistics; develop some extrapolations for yourself - you can share with the rest of us too if you are kind enough to.


    ''Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda raised their combined spending from $26.6 billion in the current financial year to $32 billion in budget spending plans released concurrently by the bloc's finance ministers.

    Kenya's total budget stands at $16 billion, up from $12.9 billion = an increase of $3.1 Billion (nearly equal to the total of Uganda 2012 Budget!)

    Uganda is $4.4 billion compared to last year's $3.6 billion. = an increase of $1.2 Billion

    Tanzania will spend TSh15 trillion (9.5 billion), a rise from Tsh13 trillion ($8.2 billion) = an increase of a mere $1.3 Billion

    Rwanda's Rwf 1.3 trillion ($2.3 billion), up from Rwf 1.1 trillion ($1.9 billion) in 2011.'' = an increase of $400Million

    Ethiopia's Statement I will make available in comparative format too as soon as it is pronounced shortly.

     
  3. livefire

    livefire JF-Expert Member

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    brief notes on the bugdet statements but in one volumnous breakdown. if you dont mind....would you table infrastructure and development budgets set aside for the three states. (not necessary though, budget statements speaks for themselves)
    This is necessary; a while back you wanted to publish the defence spending allocations for the EAC region including Ethiopia. You can add it in your next posting presuming the data is within reach.thanx mate!
     
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