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  • Finance minister planned some €6 Billion of measures for firms
  • Draft bill blocked in cabinet by Family Affairs Minister Paus

Lisa Paus

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Germany’s Greens vetoed Free Democrat Finance Minister Christian Lindner’s plans to provide several billion euros of tax relief to companies to spur growth as the governing coalition’s junior partners resumed infighting over spending.

The last-minute move by Family Affairs Minister Lisa Paus came a few weeks after the budget chief rejected her request for at least €7 billion ($7.6 billion) of additional money for child benefits, granting only €2 billion.

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