Alemania anuncia ayuda frente a altos precios de la energía

Alemania anuncia que gastará miles de millones de euros para para ayudar a la población y a las empresas a hacer frente a los altos precios de los productos energéticos

AP Noticias
jueves 29 septiembre 2022 13:50
ALEMANIA-ENERGÍA
ALEMANIA-ENERGÍA

Alemania planea gastar hasta 200.000 millones de euros (195.000 millones de dólares) para ayudar a la población y a las empresas a hacer frente al alza de los precios de los productos energéticos.

El canciller Olaf Scholz anunció el jueves que el gobierno está reactivando un fondo de estabilización económica utilizado anteriormente durante la crisis financiera mundial y la pandemia de coronavirus.

Scholz explicó que la decisión rusa de cortar el suministro de gas natural a Europa y las fugas recientes en dos oleoductos mostraron que no se podía esperar más suministro de energéticos rusos en el corto plazo.

El ministro de Finanzas, Christian Lindner, insistió en que el fondo no implicaría más préstamos regulares y dijo que Alemania “no está siguiendo expresamente el camino de Gran Bretaña”.

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