ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s latest stimulus package, aimed at helping the economy overcome the coronavirus pandemic, will offer help to the tourism and auto sectors, Economy Minister Roberto Gualtieri told a parliamentary committee on Tuesday.
The government has said it will present the measures in an emergency decree early in August.
A source told Reuters this month that slightly less than 1 billion euros (910.2 million pounds) would be put forward to strengthen current incentives to encourage sales of state-of-the-art combustion engine cars as well as electric and hybrid vehicles.
Gualtieri did not provide any details on Tuesday.
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