Germany at a glance
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Germany's regulatory frameworks and permit rules support the creation of new businesses and provide strong protections against business insolvency for creditors. Combined with a high recovery rate, quality legal system, and stable financial sector, this encourages new investment and promotes competition among suppliers. Despite transparency in procurement processes, the length of Germany's procurement processes add costs for contractors
Germany has three tiers of government: federal, state, (Länder) and local communities under a civil law system. States are the primary deliverers of infrastructure in Germany.
This project information system for the 2030 transport plan is maintained by the German Government.
The German National Recovery and Resilience Plan focuses on tackling climate change and the digital transformation. It allocates an Investment Program of EUR2.4 billion.
The Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan 2030 includes investment of EUR269.6 billion from 2016-2030 on transport infrastructure in Germany.
Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) is a state-owned German investment and development bank based in Frankfurt with a mandate to make improvements to economic, sociological, and ecological living conditions around the world. It has a ‘domestic promotions’ division tasked with financing and support for small and medium enterprises, private clients, municipalities, and organisations domestically. Because KfW is organised thematically rather than in sectors, it often works through intermediaries on a programmatic and iterative basis and finances infrastructure around its core thematic priorities, such as renewable energy and energy efficiency. Explore the GI Hub National Infrastructure Banks tool here, and read more about the KfW here.