The majority of the €200 billion ($257 billion) injection - €170 billion - will come from national governments, with the remaining €30 billion coming from EU coffers.
"Exceptional times call for exceptional measures. The jobs and well-being of our citizens are at stake. Europe needs to extend to the real economy its unprecedented coor
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