The bill proposes a series of measures aimed at boosting investment, as part of a new budget approach focused on goals of greater efficiency and transparency, the APS news agency reported.
The bill is based on US$60 as the reference price for a barrel of oil and US$70 as the market price.
The bill foresees an economic growth rate of 4.1 percent, while inflation is set at 5.1 percent. It also forecasts exports to reach $46.3 billion, imports to $36.9 billion and foreign exchange reserves to $59.7 billion.
The bill will be submitted for debate and vote in the Council of the Nation, or upper house of Parliament, before being signed into law by the president. ■