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What happens to the Government's budget surplus?



Budget surpluses, if any at the end of each fiscal year, are accumulated as current reserves of each term of government. Similar to Past Reserves, these are also managed by the Government's investment entities.

At the end of each term of government, the accumulated current reserves will be transferred to Past Reserves.

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