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TTelephone
TTrainer (US military aircraft designation; as in T-1 Seastar)
TTime
TTeen (ESRB)
TTeam
TTechnology
TTest
TTraining
TTen (playing card)
TTerm (life insurance)
TTechnical (foul)
TTip
TTraffic
TTarget Corporation (IRB)
TMassachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
TTechno
TTea
TTie
TToyota
TTemperature
TDraft (naval architecture; waterline height)
TAT&T (stock exchange symbol)
TTank (oil & water tanks)
TTerminal
TTransition Metal
TTestosterone
TTransformation (mathematics)
TAlberta (postal code designation, Canada)
TTactics
TTackle (football)
TTreasury (various organizations)
TTerrorist
TTransmit
TTango (aviation letter code)
TTraded (baseball card set designation)
TTorque
TThesis
TTera
TTranspose
TTasmania
TTrillion
TThroughput
Tteaspoon
TTonne
Ttablespoon
TTesla
TThunderstorm (weather reports)
TTopps (baseball card manufacturer)
TTaxe (French: tax; postage due mark; philately)
TThymus
TTORX (Textron Inc. driver/fastening system)
TT-Mo (rapper)
TThreonine (amino acid)
TTransmittance
TTurbocharge(d)
TThrust Force (aerodynamic equations)
TTopicality (debate)
TThymine (DNA base)
TTemporary Register
TT-Joint (welded joint type)
TTransmissivity
TThoracic Vertebra (prefix, as in T-1, T-2)
TTureaud (Mr. T)
TUS Telegraph (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
TTrue Bearing
TThermostabilized (space food)
TTiefdruckgebiet (German: low pressure system)
TTaxable Item
TTracer element (US military ammunition)
TPrimary immune system white blood cell
TUS DoT tire speed rating (118 mph)
TWith mark approval by Dentori or Japan Electrical Testing Laboratory (JET)
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Islamabad -- Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb on Sunday said, the illegitimate and incompetent government will proudly present its report of failures.'Today Imran Khan is forming an inquiry commission to inquire the unprecedented 7.6 trillion increase in debt over last one year due to his incompetence!,' Aurangzeb said on Twitter.
Japan's Ministry of Finance said Japanese investors bought in JPAY=3 trillion (US$28.25 billion; NT$884.81 billion) mid- and long-term foreign bonds in June, among which over half were U.S.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)-the country's biggest tax-collection agency-had been tasked to generate P2.3 trillion from income and other taxes this year; P2.6 trillion next year; P2.9 trillion in 2021; and P3.3 trillion by 2022.
The collection of revenues by Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), he said are estimated to be recorded at Rs 5.555 trillion which are 12.6 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Other estimates are N492.36 billion for statutory transfers; N2.14 trillion for debt servicing and provision of N120 billion as sinking fund.
As of November 15, total State budget spending reached VND 1.16 quadrillion, accounting for 76.6% of forecast including VND 806.6 trillion of regular spending (85.8% of estimate); VND 239.8 trillion of development investment (60%); and VND 93.5 trillion of debt payment (83.1%).
Month-on-month, the government's increased by 0.8 percent increase from the previous month's P7.103 trillion.
BDO also topped the list in terms of deposits with P2.25 trillion, followed by Landbank's P1.5 trillion, Metrobank's P1.33 trillion, BPI's P1.3 trillion, and PNB's P625.75 billion.
Cumulatively, the realization of investment in the first half of 2018 reached Rp361.6 trillion. That figure grew 7.4% compared to the realization in the first half of 2017 at Rp336.7 trillion.
Public debt stood at Sh5.04 trillion in June 2018, up from S.41 trillion in June 2017, S.62 trillion in June 2016, Sh2.83 trillion in June 2015, Sh2.37 trillion in June 2014 and Sh1.89 trillion in June 2013.Mr Jibran Qureishi, the regional economist for Stanbic Bank, said growth in public debt has partly been driven by over-budgeting leading to ambitious tax targets, which have largely been missed.
"The state budget was replenished by 5.3 trillion tenge in 1H2018 this is 4.8 percent more than in the same period of 2017 [5 trillion].
Meanwhile, the BTr reported last week that the national government's outstanding debt hit P7.016 trillion, rising by 2.7 percent from the P6.832 trillion recorded in the previous month.