World Bank: Palestinians exceeding their budget

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February 2, 2006 07:29

 
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The World Bank announced on Thursday that the Palestinians can't stay within their budget, due to overspending as a result of a sharp increase in employment in their territories and the salaries associated with the new jobs. According to their report, the World Bank they have halted a donation from an international fund to the Palestinians for failing to adhere to the reform plans.

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