|Unit||Mil. JOD, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
Public Finance Overall Deficit/Surplus (includes grants) is equal to total revenues and grants minus total expenditures.
Domestic revenues: the earning which the government received from various sources such as; taxes, fees, and foreign grants.
Public expenditures: Represents the government payments to meet its liabilities to achieve public utility or purpose. It includes current and capital expenditures.
Outstanding External Debt: Equals total disbursements of external loans minus repayments. It is worth noting that repayments include the balance of collateral loans.
Outstanding Internal Public Debt: Represents the outstanding domestic claims on central government (general and own budgets). It consists of the outstanding balance of government bonds and bills plus the outstanding direct credit facillities to the government by the banking system and non-bank sources.
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