17.9% Annually in Administrative Branches For the Ministry of Tourism

In the case of the Ministry of Energy, spending was 169,830 million pesos, 218.5% more than in the same period last year and exceeded what was programmed by 123,187 million pesos.

The higher spending on schedule and the growth in annual comparison was due to the government’s equity contributions to Pemex to strengthen the investment of the Dos Bocas Refinery and its financial position, according to the Treasury.

In the case of non-programmable spending, which considers the resources for the fulfillment of obligations, such as the payment of debt and the money that is transferred to the states and municipalities, 709,733 million pesos were exercised, 2.0% more than last year , but with a sub-exercise of 32,132 million pesos.

Within this, it was observed that the financial cost decreased 7.8%, while the participations to the states and municipalities increased 4.3% compared to the period from January to September of last year.

In the case of the Historical Balance of Public Sector Financial Requirements (SHRFSP) –the debt in its broadest measure– it was located at 48.5% of GDP.

“At the end of September, the net debt of the Public Sector stood at 12 trillion 581,544 million pesos and the SHRFSP amounted to 12 trillion 640,863 million pesos. This is equivalent to 48.5% of GDP, a level consistent with the estimated reduction in debt from 52.4% in 2020 to 51.0% of GDP at the end of 2021 ”, indicated the SHCP.

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