French anti-crisis package to cost 110 billion euros: finance minister

The French government has hiked the expected cost of its measures to support the economy through the coronavirus crisis to 110 billion euros ($120.6 billion), its finance minister said on Wednesday.

“We are going to go from 45 billion euros in a first economic support plan … to about 110 billion euros,” Bruno Le Maire said on RTL radio, confirming a Reuters report.

He added that the package included 20 billion euros to help big companies and said that support would be offered to Air France KLM in the coming days.


Last updated on Wed., April 15, 2020.

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