Germany raised 760 million euros ($760 million) from the sale of the state’s full stake in Deutsche Lufthansa AG, unwinding all of the holding it took to keep the flagship carrier afloat during COVID-19 lock-downs.
Within four years, Poland reduced its VAT gap by half (2015: 25%, 2019: 11%) due to several legislative and technology measures (digital transactional reporting, online cash registers, real-time early warning system for VAT fraud, incentives for cashless payment).
Some of the U.K.'s biggest strikes have been called off after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and the U.K. Rail Delivery Group said train timetables would be normal now that strikes were not going ahead.
Mercedes-Benz AG and Rivian Automotive Inc. are partnering to jointly build electric vans (EVs) in Europe, a potential win-win for an established manufacturer wanting to share costs, and an inexperienced company struggling to scale up.
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