Germany is Rolling Out a €50 Billion Aid Package for Artists and Cultural Businesses
Artnet has reported that the German federal government is rolling out a €50 billion ($54 billion) aid package for the country's creative and cultural sectors.
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The article shares a statement from culture minister Monika Grütters:
"We know the hardships, we know the desperation. The cultural sector in particular is characterized by a high proportion of self-employed people who now have problems with their livelihoods." She said that the federal government is "wholly aware" of the importance of the creative industries, adding that "[h]elp is coming as quickly and with as little bureaucracy as possible!"
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