Budget REVISION adopted, Mali claims – due to BETTER RESULTS
The Government of Serbia has adopted the Proposal of the 2021 Budget Revision, in which the allocations for capital investments have been increased.
The total budget revenues envisaged by the revision amount to RSD 1,488.5 billion. Tax revenues are planned in the amount of RSD 1,279.3 billion (increase of RSD 111 billion), and non-tax revenues in the amount of 191.5 billion (increase
of 21.1 billion).
In the revenue structure, tax revenues account for 85.9 percent, while non-tax revenues account for 12.9 percent, while the remaining 1.2 percent is related to donations.
The budget revision envisages total expenditures and expenses in the amount of RSD 1,792.95 billion.
Based on the revision, RSD 388.9 billion, i.e. 6.3 percent of GDP, is set aside for capital investments, while at the level of the general government, that figure is around RSD 478 billion, i.e. 7.8 percent of GDP.
Minister of Finance, Sinisa Mali, has announced on his Instagram account that the adopted proposal for this year's budget revision is primarily adopted because of better results in the first nine months of this year.