Trans­lat­ed ex­tracts from the month­ly re­port

In addition to key figures on economic and fiscal conditions in Germany, the February issue of the monthly report contains an article on the German government’s Annual Economic Report. Entitled “Strengthening the social market economy – leveraging potential for growth, boosting competitiveness”, the report was adopted by the federal cabinet on 30 January 2019. The February monthly report presents extracts from the sections on budget and tax policy as well as European and financial market policy.

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  1. 21 February 2019

    February 2019 monthly report

    In addition to key figures on economic and fiscal conditions in Germany, the February issue of the monthly report contains an article on the German government’s Annual Economic Report. Entitled “Strengthening the social market economy – leveraging potential for growth, boosting competitiveness”, the report was adopted by the federal cabinet on 30 January 2019. The February monthly report presents extracts from the sections on budget and tax policy as well as European and financial market policy.

  2. 31 January 2019

    January 2019 monthly report

    The first issue of the monthly report in 2019 focuses on the provisional closure of the federal budget for 2018. All the key figures can be found (in English) in the press release and the charts that come with it. This issue also examines the potential impact, in terms of customs provisions, of a no-deal Brexit – a possibility for which the German government and customs administration are making careful preparations. Another article looks back on the Fiscal Policy Seminar, an international conference organised and hosted by the German Finance Ministry in December 2018. The Seminar is scheduled to take place again in 2019.

  3. 20 December 2018

    December 2018 monthly report

    The last monthly report of 2018 looks back on ten years of “Partnership Deutschland” (PD), the only public consulting company that operates Germany-wide and at all levels of government. PD advises the public sector on projects for innovative, sustainable infrastructure and for the modernisation of administrative processes. The December issue also reports on an interdisciplinary conference on the future of data regimes (Die Zukunft der Datenökonomie) which examined the various challenges arising from the “datafication” of the economy and society.

  4. 22 November 2018

    November 2018 monthly report

    The monthly report includes interesting articles on topics within the Finance Ministry’s remit, a selection of which are translated into English each month. The November edition features an overview of KfW Capital, the new KfW Banking Group subsidiary. Its investments in venture capital funds will benefit young, innovative companies across all sectors.

  5. 22 October 2018

    October 2018 monthly report

    The Finance Ministry’s position on the reorientation of the EU budget is the focus of the October 2018 monthly report. The ongoing negotiations on the 2021–2027 multiannual financial framework are particularly challenging as a result of Brexit. Another article focuses on Germany’s efforts to combat VAT fraud, which is also an area where European cooperation plays a huge role.

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