The decrease in oil taxes combined with operating and capital expenditures has allowed the budget deficit to decline between 2014 and 2015. From that date, budget restrictions were introduced to reduce the budget deficit. In 2019, it represents 9% of GDP after reaching 21% in 2014.

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