Georgian state budget revenues increase by 3.1% since early 2015
Monday, November 16
Revenues transferred to the Georgian state budget amounted to 6.025 billion lari (US$2.5 billion) in January-September 2015, or 103.1 percent of the forecast amount for the first nine months of 2015, according to a nine-month budget review submitted to the Georgian parliament, Sputnik agency reported.
Tax revenues transferred to the Georgian state budget for the first nine months of 2015 amounted to 5.602 billion lari (some $2.3 billion), or 2.2 percent more than the forecast for January-September, reaching 75.7 percent of the annual plan.
The budget for 2016 will be calculated based on three-percent economic growth.
The state budget plan on tax revenues from January to September was exceeded by 118 million lari (some $42.9 million). This figure is 11.2 percent higher than that of the same period in 2014.