Who will pay for the Flemish recovery plan? “Taxpayer, but no additional taxes,” said Prime Minister Jambon


In “Terzake”, Jambon adds that the Flemish government wants to finance part of the plan with European resources. “There is a European recovery fund and there is a European Brexit fund. That European recovery fund would – that has yet to be confirmed – allow more than five billion to go to Belgium. plans to submit, ”said Jambon.

Investing 4.3 billion is a good thing Flemish Deputy Prime Minister Hilde Crevits thinks. “That is only about the one-off investments that will be spread over 1, 2 3 years, but which are necessary to bring swing to our economy, in the business world and in job creation,” she says in “The deal”. She admits that we will carry this for a number of years, but there is also such a thing as the historically low interest rate and the payback effect, if the economy picks up in a few years.

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