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Budget 2014-15
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Budget Paper No.3 — Part 3

Chart A: GST redistributed as a proportion of the GST entitlement

This column chart shows the proportion of the total GST entitlement that is redistributed, compared to an equal per capita distribution, for each financial year from 2000-01 to 2012-13.  The chart also includes the estimated redistribution for 2013-14 and 2014-15.  The chart shows that, whilst the proportion of the total GST entitlement that is redistributed has fluctuated from year to year, it has generally remained at around 8 per cent of the total from 2000-01 to 2012-13.  It is expected to rise to around 10.4 per cent in 2014-15.

This column chart shows the proportion of the total GST entitlement that is redistributed, compared to an equal per capita distribution, for each financial year from 2000-01 to 2012-13. The chart also includes the estimated redistribution for 2013-14 and 2014-15. The chart shows that, whilst the proportion of the total GST entitlement that is redistributed has fluctuated from year to year, it has generally remained at around 8 per cent of the total from 2000-01 to 2012-13. It is expected to rise to around 10.4 per cent in 2014-15.

Data - Chart A: GST redistributed as a proportion of the GST entitlement
  Outcomes Estimates
2000-01 7.985946  
2001-02 7.453357  
2002-03 8.088855  
2003-04 8.583154  
2004-05 9.370855  
2005-06 9.039887  
2006-07 8.284252  
2007-08 8.129117  
2008-09 8.157327  
2009-10 8.063128  
2010-11 7.944102  
2011-12 8.064341  
2012-13 8.425743  
2013-14   9.351339
2014-15   10.41332

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Budget Paper No.3 — Part 4

Chart 4.1 Consolidated net operating balance by sector(a)

This chart shows the consolidated net operating balance by sector as a per cent of GDP from 2001‑02 to 2016‑17. Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014‑15. The non-financial public sector recorded net operating surpluses between 2001‑02 and 2007‑08. Since 2008‑09 the non-financial public sector has recorded net operating deficits and is expected to remain in deficit in 2014‑15. The consolidated general government sector is expected to remain in deficit in 2014‑15 before returning to surplus by 2016‑17.

(a) Data for the PNFC sector (and therefore NFPS) are not available beyond 2014-15.

This chart shows the consolidated net operating balance by sector as a per cent of GDP from 2001-02 to 2016-17. Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014-15. The non-financial public sector recorded net operating surpluses between 2001-02 and 2007‑08. Since 2008‑09 the non-financial public sector has recorded net operating deficits and is expected to remain in deficit in 2014-15. The consolidated general government sector is expected to remain in deficit in 2014-15 before returning to surplus by 2016-17.

Data - Chart 4.1: Consolidated net operating balance by sector(a)
X Values General Government PNFC NFPS
2001-02 0.12 0.35 0.47
2002-03 1.31 0.25 1.56
2003-04 1.67 0.39 2.07
2004-05 2.26 0.33 2.59
2005-06 2.98 -0.05 2.93
2006-07 2.78 0.27 3.05
2007-08 2.67 0.18 2.84
2008-09 -1.72 0.02 -1.70
2009-10 -3.13 0.25 -2.88
2010-11 -2.64 -0.10 -2.74
2011-12 -2.45 -0.02 -2.47
2012-13 -1.66 0.30 -1.73
2013-14 -2.79 0.10 -2.92
2014-15 -1.15 0.12 -1.26
2015-16 -0.15    
2016-17 0.30    

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Chart 4.2: Consolidated fiscal balance by sector(a)

This chart shows the consolidated fiscal balance by sector as a per cent of GDP from 2001-02 to 2016-17. Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014-15. The non-financial public sector recorded fiscal surpluses between 2002-03 and 2007-08. Since 2008-09 the non-financial public sector has recorded fiscal deficits and is projected to remain in deficit in 2014-15.  The general government sector follows a similar pattern to the non-financial public sector, with deficits shrinking over the forward estimates.

(a) Data for the PNFC sector (and therefore the NFPS) are not available beyond 2014‑15.

This chart shows the consolidated fiscal balance by sector as a per cent of GDP from 2001-02 to 2016-17. Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014-15. The non-financial public sector recorded fiscal surpluses between 2002-03 and 2007-08. Since 2008-09 the non-financial public sector has recorded fiscal deficits and is projected to remain in deficit in 2014-15. The general government sector follows a similar pattern to the non-financial public sector, with deficits shrinking over the forward estimates.

Data - Chart 4.2: Consolidated fiscal balance by sector(a)
X Values General Government PNFC NFPS
2001-02 -0.52 -0.11 -0.63
2002-03 0.79 -0.07 0.72
2003-04 1.10 -0.02 1.14
2004-05 1.53 -0.28 1.26
2005-06 1.95 -0.99 0.99
2006-07 1.57 -0.79 0.78
2007-08 1.35 -1.11 0.25
2008-09 -3.42 -1.58 -5.00
2009-10 -5.55 -1.16 -6.73
2010-11 -4.69 -1.09 -5.78
2011-12 -4.21 -0.88 -5.13
2012-13 -3.00 -0.94 -4.22
2013-14 -4.33 -0.70 -5.25
2014-15 -2.40 -0.64 -3.26
2015-16 -1.33    
2016-17 -0.79    

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Chart 4.3: Consolidated cash balance by sector(a)

This chart shows the consolidated cash balance by sector as a per cent of GDP from 2001-02 to 2016-17.  Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014-15. The non-financial public sector recorded cash surpluses between 2001-02 and 2007-08, but deficits since 2008-09 are estimated to continue into 2014-15. The general government sector follows a similar pattern with deficits declining over the forward estimates, while the public non-financial corporations sector has been in deficit since 2004-05 and is expected to remain in deficit in 2014-15

(a) Data for the PNFC sector (and therefore the NFPS) are not available beyond 2014‑15.

This chart shows the consolidated cash balance by sector as a per cent of GDP from 2001-02 to 2016-17. Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014-15. The non-financial public sector recorded cash surpluses between 2001-02 and 2007-08, but deficits since 2008-09 are estimated to continue into 2014-15. The general government sector follows a similar pattern with deficits declining over the forward estimates, while the public non-financial corporations sector has been in deficit since 2004-05 and is expected to remain in deficit in 2014-15.

Data - Chart 4.3: Consolidated fiscal balance by sector(a)
X Values General Government PNFC NFPS
2001-02 0.44 0.04 0.48
2002-03 1.40 -0.07 1.32
2003-04 1.79 0.04 1.88
2004-05 2.33 -0.23 2.10
2005-06 2.52 -0.72 1.82
2006-07 1.18 -0.88 0.30
2007-08 1.37 -1.04 0.35
2008-09 -2.82 -1.48 -4.31
2009-10 -5.46 -1.00 -6.48
2010-11 -4.26 -1.08 -5.33
2011-12 -4.33 -0.78 -5.15
2012-13 -2.89 -1.20 -4.11
2013-14 -4.48 -0.96 -5.47
2014-15 -2.57 -0.74 -3.31
2015-16 -1.54    
2016-17 -0.91    

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Chart 4.4: Consolidated net debt by sector
(as at end of financial year)(a)

This chart shows the consolidated net debt from 2001‑02 until 2016‑17. Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and consolidated non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014‑15. Net debt in the non-financial public sector decreased between 2001‑02 and 2006‑07 reaching a low of negative 3 per cent of GDP in 2006‑07 before increasing each year from 2007‑08 as a result of the global financial crisis. Net debt in the general government sector follows a similar pattern, but the rate of increase is forecast to ease from 2014‑15.

(a) Data for the PNFC sector (and therefore the NFPS) are not available beyond 2014‑15.

This chart shows the consolidated net debt from 2001-02 until 2016-17. Data for the public non-financial corporations sector and consolidated non-financial public sector are not available beyond 2014-15. Net debt in the non-financial public sector decreased between 2001-02 and 2006-07 reaching a low of negative 3 per cent of GDP in 2006-07 before increasing each year from 2007-08 as a result of the global financial crisis. Net debt in the general government sector follows a similar pattern, but the rate of increase is forecast to ease from 2014-15.

Data - Chart 4.4: Consolidated net debt
X Values General Government PNFC NFPS
2001-02 3.86 5.73 9.59
2002-03 1.75 5.5 7.26
2003-04 -0.19 5.13 4.94
2004-05 -2.21 5.13 2.92
2005-06 -5.3 5 -0.29
2006-07 -7.19 4.19 -3
2007-08 -7.31 4.42 -2.89
2008-09 -3.53 5.72 2.19
2009-10 2.28 6.38 8.66
2010-11 5.49 6.14 11.64
2011-12 10.61 6.3 16.91
2012-13 12 6.85 18.85
2013-14 15.5 7.2 22.7
2014-15 17.41 7.37 24.78
2015-16 17.91    
2016-17 18.07    

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