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Tracking Government spending

Tracking Government spending

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The government began to disclose extractive industry payments from the private sector for the first time this year.

 

The Ministry of Economy and Finance publishes a detailed breakdown of government spending (known by the French acronym TOFE) on its website, including fuller disclosures this year which account for revenues generated from extractive industries.

Thus far the government has published spending up to the first half of 2010 and data only goes back to the start of 2007. English speakers should follow the link and scroll down to the spreadsheet at the bottom of each pdf document as all explanations of government spending are in Khmer only.

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