Commission allows Germany to aid rail companies

According to a decision by the EU Commission, Germany is allowed to once again support rail companies with millions of euros. This time the amount is €313 million to help rail companies overcome the consequences of COVID, as the Brussels-based authority announced on Monday. The measure reportedly follows a regulation on billion-euro aid that expired in May.

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