Govt set to OK 40 bn budget deviation

(ANSA) – ROME, APR 13 – Premier Mario Draghi’s executive is
set to approve a deviation from its budget target of around 40
billion euros, the latest in a series of such deviations passed
to tackle the COVID-19 emergency, government sources said on
Tuesday.
    The money will be used, among other things, to finance two more
months of aid grants for businesses and workers who have been
hit by COVID-linked restrictions.
    The deviation will also make it possible to create a special
fund of four-five billion euros a year for projects not included
in the government’s PNRR COVID-19 Recovery Plan, the sources
said. (ANSA).
   

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