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The obsessive green transformation strategy and pro-war policy of the German government including the effects of the Russia sanctions are a blow against industry and—no surprise actually, also reducing the tax revenue of the state. That is usually a taboo in mainstream media coverage, but the official tax estimate, published yesterday, is expecting a drop in tax revenue by €11 billion in 2025 alone.

The tax estimators have revised their 2025 revenue expectations for the Federal government downwards from €399.9 billion to €389 billion are expected to flow into the coffers of Finance Minister Christian Lindner (FDP) next year. There will be less money available also in the medium term. Overall, the estimated shortfall for the Federal budget for the years 2025 to 2028 adds up to €36 billion.

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