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Germany ready to spend €75 billion to tackle climate change by 2030: report

By DW
14 September 2019   |   2:26 pm
Germany's finance minister said failure to secure a "convincing solution" may risk government stability. Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on the private sector to take up the "Herculean task" to combat climate change.

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