PwC believes Hong Kong's budget surplus is likely to record HKD 22.3bn for fiscal year 2013-14, while the government forecasted HKD 4.9bn deficit. According to PwC, the nation is likely record HKD 180.9bn from salary and profits taxes. The nation's budget surplus was recorded at HKD 64.9bn during last fiscal year. The country's budget surplus is likely to slow down than last year, as expenditure increases and stamp duties declines.
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