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German govt allocates EUR 50 bln for digital technologies as part of national post-virus stimulus package

Friday 5 June 2020 | 10:49 CET | News
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The German government has approved a EUR 50 billion financial aid package including support investments in quantum technologies and artificial intelligence (AI), among other digital sectors. This is part of a EUR 130 billion general financial aid package to help the national economy cope with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. The package also targets climate protection, in addition to promoting future technologies with a socio-political component.

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