The EU is to take out 450 billion euros in loans for the recovery programme proposed by the EU Commission. To finance the debt new taxes are foreseen, including a digital tax for Internet companies and taxes on plastic waste and CO2 consumption. Europe's media discuss whether the plan is economically sound and how the money should be allocated.

The Irish Independent (IE)
Delfi (LT)
La Repubblica (IT)
Weekendavisen (DK)
Adevărul (RO)
taz, die tageszeitung (DE)

Europe's media at a glance

Our database provides information on more than 500 print and online media published from over 30 countries. It also gives a detailed description of the media landscape in each country in Europe.


Handelsblatt (DE)
Mediapart (FR)
Financial Times (GB)
Lidové noviny (CZ)
La Repubblica (IT)
Der Standard (AT)
Ilta-Sanomat (FI) (GR)
NRC Handelsblad (NL)
Delfi (LV)
Neatkarīgā (LV)
Magyar Hírlap (HU)
Népszava (HU)
Echo of Moscow (RU)
Radio Kommersant FM (RU)
Diário de Notícias (PT)
Financial Times (GB)
Delo (SI)
The Independent (GB)
Le Monde (FR)
Libération (FR)
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