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1. 2017-03-03 China to increase military spending by 7% in 2017 Beijing
2016-08-31 Brazil President Dilma Rousseff removed from office by Senate Brasilia, Brazil
D. 2016-08-09 Brazil Senate votes for Rousseff impeachment trial Brasília, Brazil
E. 2015-10-26 India's biggest airline in initial share offering India
F. 2015-10-05 Rio 2016: 30% cutback on Games budget to avoid overspend Rio de Janeiro
6. 2015-01-13 Japan approves record defence budget Tokyo
H. 2014-12-11 US House passes $1.1tn budget bill House of Representatives
8. 2014-07-09 India set to present federal budget New Delhi
9. 2013-12-26 Obama signs bipartisan budget bill Washington

Brazil Senate votes for Rousseff impeachment trial India's biggest airline in initial share offering Rio 2016: 30% cutback on Games budget to avoid overspend Japan approves record defence budget   US House passes $1.1tn budget bill  The US House of Representatives has passed a $1.1tn budget, hours before government was due to shut down at midnight on Thursday India set to present federal budget Obama signs bipartisan budget bill US budget deal reached in Congress Senate passes US budget deal
China to increase military spending by 7% in 2017  China will increase military spending by about 7% this year, just days after Donald Trump outlined a boost to the US defence budget   Brazil President Dilma Rousseff removed from office by Senate Map of Brasilia Brazil


year 2017 Top ^

Mar.3   Beijing


year 2016 Top ^

Aug.31   Brazil
  Senate has voted to remove Rousseff from office for manipulating the budget. It puts an end to the 13 years in power of her left-wing Workers' Party
Aug.9   Brazil


year 2015 Top ^

Oct.26   India
Oct.5   Rio de Janeiro
Jan.13   Tokyo


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.11   House of Representatives
Jul.9   New Delhi


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.26   Washington
Dec.10   U.S. Congress
Oct.16   U.S. Senate
  The US Senate has passed a bill to reopen the government and raise the federal debt limit, with hours to spare before the nation risks default

Oct.8   Washington  
Sep.30   Washington  
  The government has begun a partial shutdown after the House of Representatives refused to approve a budget for next year.    The Republican-led House of Representatives insisted on...
  Washington Obama: US budget shutdown is 'entirely avoidable'   U.S. Congress   US shutdown looms amid stalemate   A government shutdown looms as Democrat and Republican lawmakers remain unable to strike a deal on a new plan to continue funding its operat... Sep.28   U.S. Senate Senate to reject House funding bill Sep.27   House of Representatives US braces for possible shutdown Sep.20   House of Representatives US budget bill defunds health law Jun.14   USA IMF: US budget cuts 'ill-designed' Apr.8   New York Al-Qaeda trial hit by US budget cuts Apr.7   Portugal Portugal PM outlines new budget cuts Mar.1   Washington   Obama signs budget cuts into effect   US President Barack Obama has signed into effect a wave of steep spending cuts which he has warned could damage the US economy Feb.28   U.S. Congress No deal in sight on US budget cuts  The US Congress has adjourned for the weekend without having reached a deal to avert huge automatic budget cuts Feb.27   Washington   White House budget cuts talks ahead Map of White House USA  Congressional leaders head to the White House on Friday to discuss a series of deep budget cuts, on the day the measures are due to take effect Feb.8   Brussels EU leaders agree 3% budget cut   EU leaders have reached an agreement on the budget for 2014-20 after lengthy talks in Brussels Feb.7   Brussels EU budget summit wrestles over cuts
  EU leaders have worked through the night to try to agree a budget deal, amid deep divisions over spending priorities for the next seven years
Feb.6   Brussels EU leaders set for crucial budget summit
Jan.3   House of Representatives   New US Congress re-elects Boehner   The US Congress has begun its new term, with House Speaker John Boehner re-elected amid the prospect of more budget battles   Washington     Ratings firms urge US budget solution
  US politicians have been urged to do more to sort out the budget by the two largest credit rating agencies


year 2012 Top ^

Nov.23   Belgium     EU budget talks end without deal
  The Brussels summit has ended without agreement on the 27-strong union's next seven-year budget Nov.22   Belgium     EU budget deal unlikely - Merkel
  German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she doubts an agreement can be reached on the European Union's next budget at the summit taking place
Nov.21   Belgium EU leaders set for budget battle Nov.11   Greece     Greece MPs approve new austerity budget
  Greek lawmakers have approved a 2013 budget involving fresh spending cuts, despite mass public street protests
Nov.9   European Union Talks for EU 2013 budget collapse
  Talks to agree the budget have collapsed, after negotiators from the EU and member states were unable to agree on extra funding for 2012
Oct.27   Madrid   Thousands join new budget cuts protest  Thousands of people have joined fresh protests in the Spanish capital, Madrid, angered by budget cuts and calling on the government to quit Oct.15   Portugal Portugal announces tough budget Sep.27   Paris France braced for tough budget Sep.26   Spain     Spain to impose further austerity  Spain is due to enact its austerity budget for 2013 on Thursday, against a backdrop of a deteriorating economy and 25% unemployment rate Jun.23   Greece     Greece seeks austerity slowdown  Greece's new coalition government has proposed an extension to the deadline for it to reduce its budget deficit by at least two years, to 20... Jun.1   Ireland   Irish vote backs EU fiscal pact
  Some 60% of voters taking part in the referendum backed the controversial pact, which is aimed at enforcing budget rules in the eurozone
May.14   California   California plan to plug $16bn gap Map of Sacramento California
  California's governor Jerry Brown has unveiled a proposal to tackle the cash-strapped US state's $15.7bn budget gap
Apr.26   Washington   Catholic leaders skewer Paul Ryan Map of Georgetown University USA  Rising Republican star has been condemned by Catholic leaders for saying his controversial budget plan was inspired by church teaching Mar.4   Beijing China's military budget tops $100bn
  China's official defence spending will rise by 11.2% in 2012, pushing it above $100bn for the first time, the government has announced
Feb.13   Washington   Obama budget plan to tax the rich  US President has proposed to raise taxes on the wealthy in his 2013 budget, prompting an election year spending showdown with Republicans Jan.29   European Union   Euro crisis hangs over latest EU summit  The eurozone crisis will dominate an EU summit on Monday, with an emphasis on growth and 'smart' budget discipline Jan.28   Greece     Greeks reject EU 'budget control'
  Officials have reacted angrily to a leaked German proposal for an EU budget commissioner with veto powers over Greek taxes and spending
Jan.9   Washington     Obama's chief of staff steps down
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  White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley is stepping down, President Barack Obama has said. Budget Director Jack Lew named as his replacement


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.19   House of Representatives US Republicans object to tax deal
  House Republican leaders have said they will reject a bipartisan package on a short-term tax break for workers, in Congress' latest budget stand-off
Nov.8   Rome     Berlusconi to resign as prime minister  Italian Prime Minister would resign after Parliament approves a new budget that includes austerity measures sought by international lenders Oct.2   Greece   Greece to miss targets on deficit  Greece has said its budget deficit will be cut in 2011 and 2012 but will still miss targets set by the EU and IMF Jul.27   House of Representatives Boehner pushes House on debt plan  Speaker John Boehner is urging Republicans in the House of Representatives to back his plan to cut the US budget and raise the debt limit Jul.14   Rome   Italy Senate passes tough budget
  The Italian Senate has passed a tough austerity budget, including cuts of 48bn euros over three years
Jul.10   Washington   US budget talks end with no deal
Map of White House USA
  Talks at the White House to try to break the deadlock over the US national debt have broken up without agreement
Apr.21   Japan   Japan announces emergency budget  The Japanese government has announced a 4 trillion yen emergency budget for disaster relief, after March's earthquake and tsunami Apr.14   U.S. Congress US Congress approves budget bill   The Congress has passed a budget bill that would cut $38.5bn in government spending over the rest of the fiscal year Apr.7   Washington Obama sees budget talks progress
  US President says he is hopeful a government shutdown can be averted, as negotiators work into the night to forge a budget deal
Mar.23   Portugal Portugal PM resigns over budget  Jose Socrates has resigned after parliament rejected an austerity budget. The defeat is likely to trigger a bailout Mar.17   U.S. Senate   Congress backs stop-gap budget
  The Senate has passed a fresh bill that will fund the US government for 3 more weeks, and avoid a shut-down
Mar.9   Wisconsin   Republicans remove bargaining rights  Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate vote to remove collective bargaining rights from state employees separate from the budget Mar.3   Beijing China beefs up military spending
  China is to increase its defence budget in 2011 by 12.7% to 601.1bn yuan ($91.5bn), amid fears in the region that its military is growing
Jan.6   Washington Pentagon budget to get $78bn cut

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.1   Washington US deficit panel urges deep cuts
  A presidential panel set up to help trim the US budget deficit has called for steep spending cuts and tax rises
Jul.19   Kabul Karzai seeks greater aid control May.11   Spain Spain to unveil deep budget cuts Mar.3   Greece Greece backs new round of tax rises  The government has approved a new package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.8bn euros and ease its budget crisis Mar.2   Greece Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM
  Prime Minister George Papandreou has likened the country's budget crisis to a 'wartime situation' and said Greece was at risk of bankruptcy
 The government has approved a package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.8bn euros and ease its budget crisis, including rises in sales taxes, a cut in holiday bonuses paid to civil servants, and a pensions freeze. The EU had called for austerity measures
Feb.1   Washington Obama unveils 2011 budget plans   US President has announced a $3.8tn budget plan, which includes increased spending for job creation, but cuts in other areas

year 2009 Top ^

Sep.8   Washington   Underfunding shackles NASA vision
  A panel warns that NASA needs its annual $18bn budget boosted by $3bn if astronauts are to conduct missions like trips to the Moon and beyond
Aug.25   Washington US deficit to soar towards $1.6tn   The US budget deficit will soar to almost $1.6 trillion this year, the highest on record, both the White House and Congress have warned Jul.24   California California passes key budget deal
  State lawmakers have passed a plan to plug a state deficit of $26bn, and sent the deal to Governor Schwarzenegger to sign into law
Jul.13   USA US budget deficit at $1 trillion May.20   France   Court rules against Ferrari in F1 dispute  A court rejected a bid from Ferrari to stop motor sport's world governing body from introducing a budget cap for Formula One next season May.17   Lithuania EU official claims Lithuania win
  European Union budget commissioner Dalia Grybauskaite with 68% backing has claimed victory in presidential election
Apr.6   Ireland   Irish braced for emergency budget
  The government is to unveil its second budget in six months as the economy contracts sharply
Mar.21   Venezuela   Chavez cuts budget over oil price
  President Chavez has unveiled a series of measures to offset falling oil revenues that account for about 50% of the national budget
Mar.19   Belgium   EU aims to double emergency cash
  The EU has said it may double to 50bn euros the amount of emergency funding to help member states that need urgent budget support
Feb.26   Washington Obama unveils his $3.6tn budget

year 2008 Top ^

Aug.5   U.S. Congress Iraq's projected $80b surplus stirs anger
  U.S. auditors: Iraq is raking in more money from oil exports than it is spending, amassing a projected 4-year budget surplus of up to $80 billion

year 2007 Top ^

May.25   U.S. Congress   US fears grow over China military
  A Pentagon report says Beijing is spending far more on its military budget than admitted and calls for greater transparency
Mar.15   London   Olympics budget rises to £9.3bn
  Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell: The budget for the 2012 London Olympics has risen to £9.35bn
Feb.1   U.S. Congress Report finds hidden cost to Iraq 'surge'
  A report from the Congressional Budget Office says Bush's plan for a troop increase could cost up to $27 billion for 12-months


year 2006 Top ^

May.10   Puerto Rico Loan deal for crisis
  Puerto Rican officials have struck a deal on ending a budget crisis that has shut down government offices
Mar.28   Washington   Top White House aide Card resigns Map of White House USA
  White House chief of staff has resigned and will be replaced by budget director Joshua Bolten
Feb.6   Washington   Bush seeks defence spending rise
  President has proposed a $2,770bn annual budget, with more money for defence, but less for many social areas


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.23   UN U.N. members reach budget deal
  The members agreed on a 2-year budget that seriously restricts spending and applies pressure for a reform
Dec.17   Belgium   EU leaders hail new budget deal
  The leaders are satisfied with the deal reached on the budget, after 2 days of tense talks
Dec.16   Belgium EU leaders agree 7-year budget  The leaders agreed on a spending plan for the bloc seen as key to shaping the future of an enlarged EU   Belgium UK making final EU budget offer
  The UK is to set out revised proposals for the 2007-13 budget at a summit after a day of behind-the-scenes talks
Dec.15   Belgium   EU leaders meet amid budget row
  European leaders have opened a key summit in Brussels to hammer out a deal on the next 7-year budget Dec.14   European Union   EU states reject UK budget plan
  Key leaders have shot down the UK's proposals to break the EU budget deadlock
Dec.9   United Kingdom     Blair sets EU budget bottom line
  Tony Blair has said he cannot sign up to a deal unless there is a full review of EU farm subsidies in 2008
Jun.15   Luxembourg   EU summit budget deal 'unlikely'  Luxembourg's prime minister: European leaders are unlikely to agree on the EU budget at this week's summit Jun.10   France   Rift widens over EU contributions
  President Chirac has called on Britain to 'make an effort' over the EU budget
Mar.26   Jerusalem     Sharon wins opponent's support
  Israeli Prime Minister has won the pledge of leader of the Shinui Party to support a crucial vote on the budget
Feb.7   U.S. Congress   Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
  U.S. President has presented his 2006 budget to Congress, cutting 150 domestic programs


year 2004 Top ^

Jul.8   New Delhi New budget targets poor
  New government has pledged billions for the poor while promising sustained economic growth


year 2003 Top ^

Oct.8   California   Victorious Arnie outlines policy goals  Hollywood film star in a news conference acknowledged the challenges ahead, especially in tackling the budget deficit Mar.5   Beijing   Chinese budget sets record deficit
  Finance Minister said government spending this year will exceed revenues by an estimated $38bn


year 2002 Top ^

Oct.30   Jerusalem     Sharon remains in power despite crisis
  Despite Labor's revolt, Prime Minister secured parliament's initial approval of the 2003 budget by 67 votes to 45
Oct.27   Jerusalem   Sharon faces possible budget showdown
  Prime Minister told members of his Cabinet that they must vote in favor of his proposed austerity budget
Feb.4   Washington   Bush unveils 'war' budget
  A sharp increase in military spending and tax cuts are in the President's $2.13 trillion budget for 2003


year 2001 Top ^

May.10   U.S. Senate Senate OKs budget plan
  Compromise budget resolution that calls for $1.35 trillion in tax cuts over 11 years was approved by 53-47 vote
Mar.5   Beijing China raises defense budget
  The budget for 2.5 million-strong People's Liberation Army had been raised by 17.7% or 140 billion yuan ($17 billion)
Jan.29   Belgium BSE scare threatens EU budget
  Beef consumption dropping by an average of 27%. The EU agriculture budget could be stretched to limit


year 2000 Top ^

Dec.23   UN   UN finances consensus
  189 countries' delegates reach agreement on the UN budget reform package


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