The Federal Budget

October 1994
Economic Trends (07482922);Oct94, p14
Trade Publication
States that the total federal deficit as a share of GDP is projected to continue on a declining path, stabilize for a few years, then resume an upward course. Projected growth after 1998 attributed to expanding mandatory expenditures; Short-term deficit; Long-term outlook.


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