BEIJING’S official military budget will grow by about 10 per cent in the coming year, legislative spokeswoman Fu Ying said yesterday.
The increase, to be confirmed tomorrow at the opening of the National People’s Congress annual session, would mark the...
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SENIOR figures from the two-party ruling coalition in the Netherlands held tense talks today after its plans to cut spending on health were voted down in the Senate.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the free-market Liberal Party and Diederik Samsom of...
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Labour calls on Tories to splash more cash
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Tuesday 13th May 2014
Country's spending in the sector rose 14% in 2012/13
Monday 14th Apr 2014
Streets fill with protesters after Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces spending cuts
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