Khalil said the Finance Ministry was working on closing the accounts of extra-budgetary spending since 2005. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Finance Minister Ali Hasan Khalil Wednesday pledged to crack down on corruption in the ministry's real estate department and vowed to deliver the 2018 draft budget to Parliament for approval. The minister made the remarks during the opening of the Finance Ministry's new online real estate service, which was launched at the Real Estate Department.Khalil also stressed that his ministry is keen to complete the 2018 draft budget as soon as possible so it can be discussed by both the Cabinet and Parliament for approval.He reiterated that the new budget will include significant reforms.
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