WASHINGTON -- Virginia's revenue collections have run ahead of projections through April, but Finance Secretary Paul W. Timmreck said the trend will probably not continue long enough for the state to end fiscal 1992 with a surplus.

Revenue for the first 10 months of the fiscal year showed a 3.7% increase, compared with a forecast of 2%. "I would caution you not to read into that figure that we're going to end the fiscal year with a major surplus," Mr. Timmreck said.

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