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Posted: November 09, 2006 07:04 am
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QUOTE (dead-cat @ November 09, 2006 06:51 am)
then it looks like one of the famous "five year plans", because this is how long it's gonna take with a maximum expense of 2.3% of GDP.

i also wonder wheat jet he's gonna buy for 4.4 bn :huh:

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182 billion dollars in 2006

that's PPP adjusted. this is usefull for comparations but not for determining budgets as there "real $/€" will have to be spend.

Sorry, that was 2004 data. Indeed PPP. If you dont want PPP data, then the budget is only 73 billion dollars. Again, 2004 data.

The military budget of 2.3% of GDP will not be spent in its entirety on these programs, since other expenses have to be met - salaries, exercises, maintenance, training, base facilities etc. A large part of these money will be borrowed IMO. So the payment will take several years, but the results could be felt in shorter time.

What I think is worthy of a debate is the fact that the Navy receives the most. I imagine this is a change in the usual strategy, but I'm not sure, I dont have previous data on this.

What's the opinion of other members, is it good to channel those funds to the Navy?
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Posted: November 09, 2006 07:09 am
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the 2006 data is about 96 bn nominal.

that depends on what is expected from the navy.
i'd see a more pressing need to modernize the air force and ground forces than the navy.

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Posted: November 01, 2007 09:24 am
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President and Premier clash over 2008 Army budget

The draft budget for 2008 elaborated by Cabinet Taricenau stipulates a budget of 1.9 per cent of GDP for the Army, while President Basescu requests the Executive to observe its foreign promises and to allot 2.38 per of GDP to the military expenditures.

http://www.nineoclock.ro/index.php?page=de...20071101-508582
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Posted: October 20, 2008 08:18 am
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Melescanu said that the Defence Ministry might have a higher budget next year and that he expects about 1.5 per cent of the GDP to be allocated to this field in 2009.

http://www.nineoclock.ro/index.php?page=de...d=20081020-9884
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Posted: November 28, 2010 07:37 pm
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Defense budget for 2011 cut by 30%:

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Bugetul alocat Ministerului Apararii Nationale (MApN) in 2011 este de 4,75 miliarde de lei, cu aproape 30% mai mic decat cel din 2010. Executia bugetara preliminara pe 2010 prevazuta in proiect este de peste 6,78 miliarde de lei.


http://www.ziare.com/economie/buget/buget-...amentul-1058575

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