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Coronavirus Comprehensive pandemic-related assistance for companies and self-employed individuals
With its comprehensive coronavirus assistance programmes, the German government provided targeted support to companies and self-employed individuals affected by the pandemic. A total of almost five million grant applications and around 170,000 loan applications were submitted.
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
Coronavirus Additional KfW Special Programme 2020 for the economy to be launched today
Businesses will be provided with additional support and may submit applications as of now. KfW will assume up to 90 per cent of the risks and cut interest rates.
Coronavirus German government announces €50 billion in emergency aid for small businesses
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz and Economic Affairs Minister Peter Altmaier today unveiled a comprehensive package of additional measures, including up to €50 billion for small businesses, self-employed individuals, and members of the liberal professions.
Internationales_nicht-mehr-in-Verwendung To the point – G7
Information about the history and purpose of the G7, as well as the key working areas for the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors under the German G7 Presidency.