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As energy prices skyrocket, Germany unveils €65 billion support package

By France24
05 September 2022   |   11:39 am
On Sunday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz presented the third package of its kind since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. We take a closer look at the raft of measures that will bring financial support to cash-strapped German households and the windfall tax on energy providers that's due to finance part of it. Meanwhile, faced with a climate crisis in addition to an energy crisis, we see how the US town of Commerce, Georgia is banking on green technology for the future.

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