Financial and Monetary Systems

Which European country spent the most supporting people through the energy crisis?

A factory emitting emissions into the atmosphere.

There are different ways to provide support when energy costs shoot up. Image: Pexels/Chris LeBoutillier

Cassie Werber
Writer, Quartz Africa
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A bar chart showing government spending on shielding citizens and companies from energy crisis.
Some smaller countries spent a lot in comparison to their total GDP. Image: Quartz.
A bar chart showing percentage of GDP spent shielding citizens and companies from the energy crisis.
Germany spent 7.5% of GDP protecting citizens and companies. Image: Quartz.

A bar chart showing credit lines, loans and bail-outs to shield companies from the energy crisis.
Sweden spent $25 billion on bail-outs, credit lines and loans to shield its companies. Image: Quartz.
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