I gathered the following statistics from Fiscal Data from the Ministry of Finance from 2009 to 2017. I will let the data speak for itself. Year Grant/GDP Grant/Revenue Gov’t Revenue/GDP  2009 5.10% 19.41% 31.30% 2010 2.40% 13.97% 19.90% 2011 2.10% 10.06% 22.80% 2012 1.60% 7.48% 23.20% 2013 0.80% 3.80% 20.80% 2014 0.70% 3.29% 21.80% 2015 […]

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