Sports At least 15 billion euros: Olaf Scholz announces December aid

16:15  27 november  2020
16:15  27 november  2020 Source:   ksta.de

Partial lockdown: Therefore, no easing is to be expected

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Scholz told reporters in Berlin that the government this year would have to shoulder 90 billion euros of the stimulus package, but A senior government official who spoke on condition of anonymity said he estimated that the second supplementary budget would encompass at least 25 billion euros , maybe

Olaf Scholz , Germany’s finance minister and Merkel’s deputy, is the most obvious victim of the Social Democrats’ surprise leadership vote last weekend, in which two leftists were elected as the party’s co-leaders. Scholz had been the favorite heading in. As the results were announced on Nov.

The December aid for companies affected by the extension of the partial lockdown should have a volume of at least 15 billion euros. There could be more, said Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD) on Friday in Berlin.

Berlin: Olaf Scholz (SPD), Bundesminister der Finanzen, gibt im Finanzministerium eine Pressekonferenz. © picture alliance / dpa Berlin: Olaf Scholz (SPD), Federal Minister of Finance, gives a press conference in the Ministry of Finance.

A “wave of corporate bankruptcies” would be much more difficult than spending a lot of money now. The federal government is already anticipating a financial volume of 14 to 15 billion euros for November aid. The December aid should work on the model of the November aid, as Scholz made clear.

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The federal government reportedly plans around 17 billion euros ( billion ) more in aid to compensate businesses hit by the shutdown, following more than 10 billion euros this month. Related Slideshow: Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world (Provided by Photo Services).

Scholz will host his European Union counterparts in Berlin later this week to discuss implementation of the 750 billion - euro recovery package, which sets the stage for large-scale joint borrowing for the first time. Germany Sees at Least 80 Billion Euros in New Debt Next Year.

Compensation for lost sales

This means that lost sales for companies and self-employed people should be compensated for to a large extent. Details would now be discussed with the EU Commission, said Scholz. The federal and state governments had decided to extend the partial lockdown until shortly before Christmas so that fewer contacts would reduce the high number of infections.

restaurants, cultural and leisure facilities are therefore still closed. The November aid can be requested since Wednesday. Economics Minister Peter Altmaier (CDU) reported strong demand and so far 28,000 applications. The first installments should be made quickly. (dpa)

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