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This report examines the revenue, expenditure, net capital investment and the net debt position across all levels of Australian government over the forward estimates period. It provides an update to the national fiscal outlook, based on Commonwealth and state government budget updates.
Data contained in these charts are primarily based on information published in the 2016–17 MYEFO, as well as the 2016–17 Budget, the 2015–16 Final Budget Outcome and government agency annual reports. Where applicable, additional information provided by agencies has supplemented the publicly available information....
This report provides an update to the national fiscal outlook based on Commonwealth and state government 2016-17 budgets. It focusses on changes in the fiscal balance and net debt since the release of 2015-16 Commonwealth and state mid-year fiscal updates.
The report focusses on...
Discusses the outlook for and drivers of Australian Government spending to help inform discussion about the sustainability of spending over the medium term.
Comprehensive information on trends in and key drivers of government spending is important for an understanding of the...
To assess Australia’s fiscal sustainability and budget challenges it is important to look at the budget position of not only the Commonwealth but also states and territories. This report examine the revenue, expenditure, net capital investment and the net debt position across all levels of...
This paper examines the impact of growth in government investment funds on net debt. The focus in this report is conceptual—whether the long-standing frameworks that define net debt would benefit from review in light of the growing use of investment funds—and suggests that increased transparency...
The Australian Government has committed to provide $29.5 billion in equity funding to NBN Co Limited (NBN Co) for the rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN) by 2020. The Government also recently agreed to provide NBN Co with a loan of $19.5 billion to...