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  1. 20 August 2020

    Overview of fed­er­al bud­getary and fi­nan­cial da­ta up to and in­clud­ing Ju­ly 2020

    The August edition of the ministry’s monthly report is now online. Every month we publish selected extracts from our monthly report in English. These extracts feature current data and information on federal budget trends, tax revenue, debt levels and guarantees, as well as key dates on the fiscal and economic policy agenda. The monthly report also includes interesting articles on topics within the Finance Ministry’s remit, a selection of which are translated into English each month.

  2. 21 July 2020

    Overview of fed­er­al bud­getary and fi­nan­cial da­ta up to and in­clud­ing June 2020

    The July edition of the ministry’s monthly report is now online. Every month we publish selected extracts from our monthly report in English. These extracts feature current data and information on federal budget trends, tax revenue, debt levels and guarantees, as well as key dates on the fiscal and economic policy agenda. The monthly report also includes interesting articles on topics within the Finance Ministry’s remit, a selection of which are translated into English each month.

  3. 19 June 2020

    Overview of fed­er­al bud­getary and fi­nan­cial da­ta up to and in­clud­ing May 2020

    The June edition of the ministry’s monthly report is now online. Every month we publish selected extracts from our monthly report in English. These extracts feature current data and information on federal budget trends, tax revenue, debt levels and guarantees, as well as key dates on the fiscal and economic policy agenda. The monthly report also includes interesting articles on topics within the Finance Ministry’s remit, a selection of which are translated into English each month.

  4. 25 May 2020

    Com­pen­sa­tion for Na­tion­al So­cial­ist In­jus­tice

    Almost immediately after the end of the Second World War, it became clear that compensation needed to be provided to those who had suffered damage as a result of National Socialist injustice. Those who had suffered oppression due to their political opposition to National Socialism or on the grounds of race, religion or ideology were particularly affected.

  5. 28 April 2020

    Fi­nan­cial re­la­tions be­tween the Fed­er­a­tion and Län­der on the ba­sis of con­sti­tu­tion­al fi­nan­cial pro­vi­sions 2019

    This report contains a brief explanations of how financial relations between the Federation and Länder are structured, as stipulated by the German constitution and ordinary law; an overview of the financial resources of the different levels of government in Germany; and an overview of key co-financing arrangements between the Federation and the Länder.

  6. 9 April 2020

    Olaf Scholz: Vir­tu­al keynote speech for the Glob­al So­lu­tions Sum­mit

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year's Global Solutions Summit is being held as a virtual event. In his online speech to the Summit, Finance Minister Olaf Scholz focuses on the need for an international minimum tax in order to ensure that everyone contributes their fair share to the financing of public goods.

  7. 23 March 2020

    Ger­man gov­ern­ment adopts sup­ple­men­tary bud­get for 2020

    German government adopts supplementary budget for 2020

  8. 17 March 2020

    A pro­tec­tive shield for em­ploy­ees and com­pa­nies

    On 13 March 2020, Germany’s Finance Ministry and Economic Affairs Ministry jointly unveiled an assistance programme and tax policy measures totalling billions of euros. The two ministries agreed on an extensive package of measures to protect jobs and to protect businesses of all sizes in all sectors. The aim is to ensure that Germany’s health care system and economy are financially equipped to manage the epidemic.

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