Nepal: July 8, 2002


 The new defense budget increases annual spending by 20 percent (to $173 million). The army will recruit another 10,000 troops and bring back to active service some 15,000 retired army personnel. The additional defense money will come from the economic development budget, which will cause more unrest in the poor agricultural areas of the country. 


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