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ukraine Exchange scheme hryvnia-to-euro to expire on 30 October 2022
The Federal Ministry of Finance and the Deutsche Bundesbank have agreed with the National Bank of Ukraine to let the hryvnia-to-euro exchange scheme expire.
ukraine Management of the task force for implementing EU sanctions appointed
The task force that has been set up by the Federal Government to implement the EU sanctions appointed its management yesterday evening at its second meeting.
europe Germany and France intend to commit €1 billion each for new European Tech Champions Initiative
Germany and France represented by Christian Lindner, Federal Minister of Finance, Robert Habeck, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, Bruno Le Maire, Minister for the Economy, Finance and the Recovery, and Cédric O, Minister of State for the Digital Transition and Electronic Communication, have signed, together with Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Spain, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, …
europe Joint Statement on the European Payments Initiative (EPI)
by Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and Poland
europe German Recovery and Resilience Plan adopted
Today the German government adopted the German Recovery and Resilience Plan (DARP). Ninety percent of the spending in Germany’s recovery plan is targeted towards climate action and the digital transformation. This means that the German government is going well beyond the ambitious targets set by the EU. According to analysis by the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW), the planned …
Climate action European Sustainable Finance Summit
As the European Sustainable Finance Summit gets underway, German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz and Environment Minister Svenja Schulze are calling on European companies to invest more in sustainable economic activities. The first survey, published today, on applying the EU taxonomy shows that just 2% of companies’ activities by revenue meet the taxonomy’s level of ambition for climate action and …
Coronavirus German government adopts more extensive Quick Loan Programme
In light of the challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis, the German government is launching an additional extensive programme to its protective shield for small and medium-sized businesses. Based on the modified Temporary Framework for state aid measures published on 3 April 2020 by the European Commission, the German government is now introducing a comprehensive Quick Loan Programme ( …
Coronavirus Coronavirus: immediate federal economic assistance now available
Implementation of the federal scheme now ready in the German Länder
Coronavirus Customised support for new businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis
Support for start-ups will be further strengthened as part of government measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Large-scale federal assistance to protect businesses and jobs
German government activates the Economic Stabilisation Fund