Spain has already delivered its reform plans. And it expects 140,000 million euros, between transfers and loans, between now and 2026. But what has to happen from now on for European funds to start arriving? “We are talking in total of 750,000 million euros”, says the spokesman of the European Commission, Eric Mamer, “it cannot be resolved in two days”. Indeed, the European Commission cannot allow any surprises to erupt after having approved a plan, each hundreds of pages long, in the first joint European Union debt issuance operation of this caliber.
The Recovery Plan will allocate 20,000 million to sustainable mobility and rehabilitate housing: these are its items and reforms