Serbia's budget surplus at 64.8 bln dinars at end-October

Serbia's budget surplus stood at 64.8 bln dinars at the end of October, and a 14.9 bln dinar surplus was registered in October alone, the Ministry of Finance said on its official website Friday.

06 Decembar 2019 18:18

BELGRADE - Serbia's budget surplus stood at 64.8 bln dinars at the end of October, and a 14.9 bln dinar surplus was registered in October alone, the Ministry of Finance said on its official website Friday.

Revenues totalled 1,047 bln dinars and expenditures were at 983.1 bln dinars.

October revenues were at 118.7 bln dinars, with tax revenues accounting for 102.5 bln dinars.

VAT made up most of the tax revenues (56.8 bln dinars), followed by excise taxes (25.8 bln dinars).

Non-tax revenues amounted to 15.5 bln dinars while revenues from donations stood at 0.7 bln dinars.

Expenditures stood at 103.9 bln dinars.

A 47.7 bln dinar fiscal surplus and a 150.1 bln dinar primary fiscal surplus were registered at general government level in January-October 2019.

Under an annual plan, a 33.8 bln dinar general government surplus was planned for this period, meaning that the achieved result is 13.9 bln dinars better than planned, the statement said.

(1 euro = 117.5 dinars)

Photo: Tanjug/S.Radovanovic, file


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