MTEF

(redirected from Medium-Term Expenditure Framework)
AcronymDefinition
MTEFMedium-Term Expenditure Framework
MTEFMedium-Term Economic Framework (various nations)
MTEFMilwaukee Tennis Education Foundation (Milwaukee, WI)
MTEFMultilateral Transaction Execution Facility
MTEFMurine Thyrotroph Embryonic Factor (biochemistry)
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David Shand, International Experience and Best Practice in Implementing Medium-Term Expenditure Framework (2011).
In addition, the government made questionable increases in the spending ceilings of its Medium-term Expenditure Framework in the run up to the general election.
The Medium-term Expenditure Framework Statement (MTEF) was laid in Parliament in national capital today.
Enhancing fiscal management by establishing a public finance unit in the Ministry of Finance responsible for setting a budget ceiling by adopting a medium-term expenditure framework (three years); and ensuring anadherence to this ceiling;
On 3 November, the Ministry of Finance presented a mid-year budget review and new medium-term expenditure framework to the Parliament and Cabinet, in which the Ministry envisages slowing expenditure growth to narrow the fiscal deficit to five per cent of GDP by FY16 (Fitch forecast: 5.
Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, which has made excellent progress tow a rds achieving the Millennium Development Goals, the government intends to pilot a medium-term expenditure framework in some line ministries in 2011.
This solution will enable improved budget planning, including programme budgeting, medium-term expenditure framework and capital budget.
As regards fiscal policy, the 2006 budget spending exceeds ceilings set by the government's medium-term expenditure framework which was set up only in 2004.
The contract will see Louis Berger assisting the Tajik Ministry of Finance and the Economic and Financial Institute improve how the country performs macroeconomic modelling, formulates revenue and tax policy and rolls out a medium-term expenditure framework for other governmental institutions.
As regards 1999, tax and social security contribution rates are assumed to remain unchanged and expenditure restraint to continue in line with the medium-term expenditure framework agreed in 1997.
As part of this contract, Louis Berger will help the Tajik Ministry of Finance and the Financial and Economic Institute improve how the country performs macroeconomic modelling, formulates revenue and tax policy and rolls out a medium-term expenditure framework for other governmental institutions.
it will be monitored through integration of sector performance targets in the medium-term expenditure framework (mtef) and annual budgets.
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