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After a flurry of paperwork, it’s number-crunching time.
In a videoconference on Friday, EU leaders will discuss the European Commission’s twin-pronged plan to revive the Continent’s economy — a revamped €1.1 trillion long-term budget and a €750 billion recovery fund.
Since the Commission put forward the plan, officials from EU member countries have been diving into the details to figure out what’s in it for them — and what they want to change.
Here’s a breakdown of the key facts and figures the leaders will be debating:
This article is part of POLITICO’s coverage of the EU budget, tracking the development of the seven-year Multiannual Financial Framework. For a complimentary trial, email [email protected] mentioning Budget.