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Government discussions on the General Government Fiscal Plan for 2025–2028

The Government held its discussions on the 2025–2028 General Government Fiscal Plan, also known as the spending limits session, on 15–16 April at the Government Banquet Hall.

The session on spending limits is an annual government meeting held in March–April, at which the Government reviews general government finances for the next few years.

The General Government Fiscal Plan covers all of public finances. This means that in addition to central government finances, it also covers local government finances, the finances of wellbeing services counties, pension funds and other social security funds. The plan includes a decision on spending limits, which provides a framework for central government expenditure.

Press release on the General Government Fiscal Plan and the outcome of the spending limits session