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The government is forecasting a budget surplus this year (= all the money available to be spent will not be spent).
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the amount of money that you have left when you sell more than you buy, or spend less than you receive:
As the economy slowed, companies that had invested surplus funds in the stock market found their returns dwindling.
Under specific circumstances this organization allowed for a flexible and economically efficient allocation of land, promoting the growth of agrarian surpluses.
The system drifted from an initial phase of large surpluses to increasing deficits and ultimate crisis.
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On the supply side, with low prices, producers do not receive an adequate incentive or generate surpluses to invest in production expansion.
On minor issues, such as the carrying forward of budget surpluses into the following financial year, it strongly resisted departmental requests for greater flexibility.
In the objective (1), we assume that voters penalize the politicians for savings, that is, primary surpluses, exceeding the people”s willingness to support retrenchment.
Economic surpluses are efficiently directed to the geographic core from peripheral areas without the wastefulness of a cumbersome political superstructure.
The failure of monsoons could halt the growth of warehouse surpluses while the voracious appetite of an expanding field army increased demands upon them.
Most industrial countries had achieved sustained food surpluses by the second half of the twentieth century.
Since many rural households face constraints of all sorts when they turn to capital markets, they are often forced to invest their own accumulated surpluses.
When rainfall events are positively correlated, surpluses and shortages occur at the same time in both regions.