The Federation of German Industries (BDI) and the Boston Consulting Group estimate at 860 billion euros the cost of adapting the country’s facilities to the climate objectives adopted by the Merkel government for 2030.

The Federation is therefore asking the German state for 280 billion euros as compensation. In addition, the government coalition being formed is urged to offer tax cuts to all “net zero” (ie carbon-free) investments.

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