German Chancellor Angela Merkel says auto industry has enough government support

Germany has a multi-billion-euro recovery plan to spur clean driving, with incentives for electric cars.
By : Reuters
| Updated on: 03 Sep 2020, 18:04 PM
(File photo used for representational purpose) (Bloomberg)
(File photo used for representational purpose) (Bloomberg)
(File photo used for representational purpose) (Bloomberg)
(File photo used for representational purpose)

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday said her government's coronavirus relief package contained a lot of help for the country's automobile industry after her conservative CSU allies renewed a proposal for incentives for petrol cars.

Germany has a multi-billion-euro recovery plan to spur clean driving, with incentives for electric cars. But the government this year has rebuffed the auto industry's lobbying efforts and stopped short of launching a scrappage scheme to boost sales of new combustion-engine cars.

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First Published Date: 03 Sep 2020, 18:04 PM IST
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