The Independent Authority for Fiscal Responsibility (AIReF) predicts for Castilla-La Mancha to end the 2023 fiscal year with a deficit of 0.9% of gross domestic product (GDP), in addition to the end of 2024 with a surplus of 0.3% of GDP.
At the national level, A total of 12 communities will close this year with disabilities, but only two -Murcia and Valencian Community- will do it next year. According to the calculations presented this Thursday, the prospects at the end of 2023 worsened compared to the July statement of the majority of the communities, a total of 14, improved for Navarra and remained the same for Castilla– La Mancha and the Canary Islands.
Likewise, under the new forecasts, 11 regions this year will exceed the reference of -0.3% of GDP set for the regional subsector and only five will close with a surplus.
Satisfaction in Castilla-La Mancha
Given these dataHE The government of Castilla-La Mancha showed their satisfactionbecause they are in line with the guidelines followed by the Ministry of Finance, Public Administrations and Digital Transformation for their preparation, in the income and expenditure sections.
According to the Minister of Treasury, Public Administrations and Digital Transformation, Juan Alfonso Ruiz Molina”the report shows that there is a full agreement between the assessment made by AIReF and the lines marking the budget project for the next year on the part of the Government.” “Furthermore, there is a coincidence, on the one hand, of caution in the estimation of income and, on the other hand, of moderate spending in general,” he estimated.