Public expenditure has increased by 3 per cent a year since 1998. This sector includes all government and semi-government organizations. The growth is mainly due to increasing services in education, health and health.
Market or commerce expenditure grew at an annual rate of 1.3 per cent. At the same time, the services have increased in the same way.
The Social and Cultural Planning Office reports that this is a public review and an overview of the 27 public services expenditure between 1998 and 2015.
In 1998, public service expenditure was € 74 billion. In 2015, that amount increased to 123 billion. For example, SCP emphasizes that this does not affect the amounts paid for social security.
Long-term and long-term care costs have increased
The difference between the public sector is very large. Improved care (by treating healing and treatment) costs increased by 32%, and long-term care was 27%. This is part of the population aging. Security and justice (9 per cent), social security (2 per cent) and other sectors (7 per cent) are lower.
In 2015, the Government provided financial assistance to 60% of the total cost of government facilities. Citizens gave 7 per cent of their own payments and the remaining 33 per cent included in joint ventures such as the Health Insurance Act.
According to the SCP report, expenditure on rising public expenditure is a major factor. They take about two-thirds of the total cost.
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