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Germany Plans 40 Billion Euro in Aid for Freelancers and Small Companies

Freelancers and small companies are getting hit especially hard by the corona crisis. DER SPIEGEL has learned that the federal government is planning a massive financial aid package. It would mark the end of Germany’s balanced budget policy.

Read the full article: https://www.spiegel.de/international/business/germany-plans-40-billion-euro-in-aid-for-freelancers-and-small-companies-a-0710449d-6b39-4191-8410-200965488ed3

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