- a budget is balanced when current expenditures are equal to receipts
- The budget must be balanced.
- For each budget, revenue and expenditure shall be balanced.
- For each budget, revenue and expenditure must be balanced.
- present a detailed forward budget for the organisation, balanced in terms of income and expenditure,
- present a detailed forward budget for the organisation, balanced in terms of income and expenditure;
- the rights and obligations of the members, including the obligation to make contributions to a balanced budget and voting rights;
- Applicants must ensure that budget be relevant, appropriate, balanced and consistent in itself, between partners and with the specific objectives of the project.
- This should be seen against the need to make progress towards the medium-term objective for the budgetary position, which for Germany is a balanced budget in structural terms,
- After the excessive deficit has been corrected, Greece shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the medium-term objective (MTO) of a balanced budget in structural terms is achieved as soon as possible.
- The amounts of the fees shall be fixed at such a level as to ensure that the revenue in respect thereof is in principle sufficient for the budget of the Office to be balanced.
- A reduction in fees would therefore be one of the measures for ensuring that the budget is balanced, while fostering access to the Community trade mark system for users.
- This has to be seen against the need to make progress towards the medium-term objective for the budgetary position, which for Malta is a balanced budget position in structural terms,
- In addition, it will be important for Austria over the period of the National Reform Programme to focus on: achieving the target of a balanced budget in 2008; increasing competition in services; strengthening the entrepreneurial culture; identifying further emission reduction policies and measures; and tackling the gender segregation of the labour market, including by improving the availability of childcare.
- Article 139(2) of Regulation (EC) No 40/94 lays down that the amounts of the fees payable to the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market, hereinafter ‘the Office’, are to be fixed at such a level as to ensure that the revenue in respect thereof is sufficient to ensure that its budget is balanced.
- Germany shall take the necessary measures to ensure that budgetary consolidation towards its medium-term objective of a balanced budget in structural terms is sustained through a reduction in the structural deficit of at least 0,5 % of GDP per year after the excessive deficit has been corrected.