Germany Offered Swift and Effective Pandemic First Aid
From an economic perspective, Germany has weathered the pandemic quite well until now—at least if success is measured in low unemployment and insolvency figures. How that was achieved, what changes were made to the German legal restructuring framework, and what may follow after the national elections are summarized in this article.
03 August, 2021
Following the outbreak of the pandemic, the German legislature reacted swiftly and effectively with a whole package of measures to buffer the impact of the pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns on businesses and citizens alike. The most significant were the following.
By Christine Borries, Counsel & Heiko Tschauner, Partner, Hogan Lovells International LLP