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Germany agrees €2.5bn package to help revive Covid-hit culture sector

Finance minister calls measures the ‘biggest cultural subsidy programme’ since end of the second world war

A €2.5bn (£2.15bn) package has been agreed by the German government to help the culture industry get back on its feet as the country slowly emerges from a third wave of the Covid pandemic.

The finance minister, Olaf Scholz, has called the package “the biggest cultural subsidy programme” since the end of the second world war.

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