01. We need to spend the rest of the money in our budget before the end of the [fiscal] year, or management will reduce our budget for next year.
02. It would be [fiscally] irresponsible to try to expand our operations when the market is this slow.
03. The government needs to tighten its [fiscal] policy in order to bring down the debt.
04. It could be [fiscally] dangerous for this company to attempt a merger at this point.
05. The Minister of Finance is responsible for the government's [fiscal] affairs.
06. Roberto needs a [fiscal] expert to help him balance his budget.
07. Patricia has an MBA, so she knows a lot about [fiscal] management.
08. This government seems to consider [fiscal] concerns more important than social concerns.
09. Our projections are made based on the [fiscal] year, rather than the calendar year.
10. Our company had a [fiscal] 1998 profit of 18% more than in the previous period.
11. Our current Finance Minister is a [fiscal] conservative who prefers cutting the deficit to improving the social welfare of the population.
12. We hope to cut our deficit by at least 2% by the end of the [fiscal] year.
13. The Algerian government's tight [fiscal] policy has lead to a large increase in the country's trade surplus.
14. Without disciplined [fiscal] and structural reform, the country is likely to experience only moderate growth at best.
15. Despite the abundance of natural wealth in Gabon, the nation's economy has been seriously affected by poor [fiscal] management.

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