MTBF

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AcronymDefinition
MTBFMean Time Between Failure(s)
MTBFMean Time Before Failure
MTBFMean Time Between Failure
MTBFMedium Term Budgetary Framework (Ministry of Finance; Pakistan)
MTBFMark Time Between Frames (digital multiplexing)
MTBFMid-Term Budget Framework (IMF/World Bank)
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The medium term budgetary framework (MTBF) of the finance ministry also projects FBR tax revenue at 12.6pc of GDP or about Rs5,544 billion for next fiscal year and total expenditure at 23.8pc or Rs10,472bn.
Suggesting a medium term budgetary framework (MTBF) for Qatar, the IMF said a credible annual budget is critical to the designing and implementation of a MTBF.
The document kick starts the process for the drafting of the 2019 state budget and the Medium Term Budgetary Framework for the period of 2019-2021.
Finance Division, under Medium Term Budgetary Framework, conveyed the Indicative Budget Ceiling (IBC) for development budget for 2018/19 at Rs 645 billion for development programmes of Ministries / Executing Agencies.
Public investment management and PPPs: Strengthening public investment management and boosting the credibility of the authorities' medium term budgetary framework is crucial in order to reduce the risk of unfunded commitments and arrears.
Based on the Medium term Budgetary framework 2016-2018 and policy framework and priorities considered in drafting budget estimates for 2016, the General treasury has conducted budget discussions with Line Ministries and Provincial Councils.
According to policy document of SBP, inflation expectations around the medium term targets of 9.5 percent for FY13 and 8 percent for FY14 as envisaged in the Medium Term Budgetary Framework (MTBF) of the government.
Following this approach is crucial in anchoring inflation expectations around the medium term targets of 9.5 percent for next financial year and 8 percent for Fiscal year 2013-14 as envisaged in the Medium Term Budgetary Framework (MTBF) of the government.
ISLAMABAD, June 10 -- Pakistan has plans to return to international capital markets in the medium term and the country will float foreign sovereign bonds worth $1.5 billion during the next three years (2010-13) to bridge its fiscal deficit, according to a major target assigned to the Ministry of Finance under the medium term budgetary framework (MTBF).
The main objective of the programme is to improve health delivery services, create better health management systems, focus more on preventive healthcare, improve primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare, establish community hospitals and trauma centres, target the poor, women and children and enhance capacity for planning, costing and budgeting through Medium Term Budgetary Framework exercises.
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