Economy Measure Code Measure Currency Code Amount (Local) Amount (USD) Source Details
France 05 05 - Health and income support EUR 225,813,500,000 249,793,694,690
France 05A 05A - Health support EUR 14,360,000,000 15,884,955,752 OECD. (accessed 15 April 2020); Economie. (accessed 12 September 2020).

(i) EUR260 million (from the unspent reserves in the 2019 budget) and EUR3.5 billion from the (2020 budget allocation) for the healthcare system; (ii) EUR4.5 billion of additional funds for the purchase of equipment and other health expenses; (iii) creation of an additional emergency fund of EUR50 million for research on COVID-19; (iii) September 3, EUR6 billion for public expenditure for health security and EUR50 million for health security projects under the Cohesion component of the EUR100 billion recovery plan .

France 05B 05B - Income support EUR 211,453,500,000 233,908,738,938 OECD. (accessed 14 May 2020); Economie. (accessed 15 April 2020); Figaro. (accessed 2 May 2020); BBC News. (accessed 28 May 2020); MINEFI. (accessed 12 June 2020); Economie. (accessed 29 June 2020); Economie. (accessed 29 June 2020); Economie. (accessed 30 June 2020); MINEFI. (accessed 5 July 2020); Republique Francaise. (accessed 9 July 2020); Economie. (accessed 26 July 2020); MINEFI. (accessed 19 August 2020); Economie. (accessed 5 September 2020); Economie. (accessed 12 September 2020); MINEFI. (accessed 1 October 2020); MINEFI. (accessed 3 October 2020).

(i) EUR8.5 billion for short-time work scheme; (ii) June 10, EUR8 billion (increased from EUR7 billion) for the solidarity fund to support income for the self-employed and smallest firms. September 25, The government implemented a change in access to Component 1 of the Solidarity For business employing fewer than 20 persons which have revenues less than EUR2 million, the fund will cover losses of revenue at rates according to the following conditions: businesses closed by government order will be compensated for a loss of revenue up to EUR10,000 per month; businesses in S1 and S1 bis sectors which can justify a loss of revenue of more than 80% can receive 60% of revenue lost up to 10,000 Euro; businesses in S1 and S1 bis which cannot justify such losses of revenue, or those benefiting from tourism, UNHCR, culture, events, and sports sectors can still receive the normal EUR1,500 per month as long as they can justify revenue losses of 50% or more (list of bis sectors: [update]; (iii) EUR48.5 billion in postponement of social and fiscal deadlines and the early reimbursements of tax credits (2.0% of 2019 GDP); (iv) No amount/estimate: tax exemptions for bonuses in "essential" sectors; (v) March 25, EUR1.75 billion in tax breaks and grants to startups; (vi) April 20, EUR390 million road transport fund (liquidity for road transport sector); (vii) EUR0.5 billion for postponement of part of the unemployment insurance reform; (viii) No amount/estimate: to maintain skills within companies and their renewal, the Government announced the creation of an aid for the recruitment of apprentices, from 5,000 euros to 8,000 euros per contract preparing for a diploma up to the professional license; (ix) June 6, government announced a strengthened support system for the sectors affected by the COVID-19 crisis including: EUR31 billion for emergency measures in favor of employees and companies; EUR2.632 billion support to aeronautics sector including for R&D (EUR1.5 billion), to aeronautics SMEs (EUR300 million) and government purchase of of military planes, helicopters and drones (EUR832 million); EUR1 billion to support the structuring investments of communities relating to health, ecological transition, in particular the thermal renovation of public buildings, and the renovation of heritage; EUR1.3 billion to support the cultural sector; EUR230 million to support the book industry; EUR2.2 billion exemption from social security contributions in the tourism industry ; EUR295 million grants to startups: FrenchTechBridge (EUR80 million), i-Nov (EUR20 million), ChallengesIA (EUR15 million), SATT (EUR65 million), French Tech Accélération (EUR100 million) & call for projects (EUR15 million) ; EUR1 million of public expense to promote start-ups employment; (viii) July 23, EUR490 million for greening of industry and to support industrial relocations ; (x) July 23, Support measures for young people and strengthening of measures for the most vulnerable: EUR1.14 billion will be allocated to the financing of bonuses for the hiring of apprenticeship contracts (EUR400 million) or professionalization contracts (EUR744 million); EUR50 million will be mobilized in particular to finance the 1 euro meal for scholarship students; EUR283 million are committed to implement the "learning holidays" program which will accommodate students during the summer holidays in schools, leisure centers, camps and cultural outings; EUR86.5 million are planned for the political districts of the city; additional EUR200 million euros are notably devoted to emergency accommodation and the purchase of basic necessities; EUR7 million dedicated to the fight against violence against women, including EUR4 million additional to support associations, psychological support, support for accommodation and care for perpetrators of violence ; (xi) July 23, EUR4.5 billion support for local authorities including nearly EUR2.7 billion in advances will be deployed for communities experiencing loss of revenue from property transfer tax and EUR750 million to compensate for the loss of fiscal and state revenue municipalities and public inter-municipal cooperation establishments in difficulty ; (xii) July 23, EUR3.9 billion in measures to cancel charges, in particular intended for companies in the tourism, hotel, cultural and events sectors; (xiii) No amount/estimate: August 17, Ministry of Economy ad Finance allowed SMEs to spread, over a period of up to 3 years, the payment of their taxes due during the period of health crisis; (xiv) August 12, A call for projects of EUR100 million to support specific industries: health, agrofood, electronics, essential inputs (chemicals, metals, raw materials ).The Covid-19 crisis has highlighted the industrial and technological dependence of the French economy, and the fragility of certain global value chains. The strengthening of all or part of critical value chains by supporting the establishment or re-establishment in France of some of their links appears necessary. The objective: to reduce our degree of dependence on non-European suppliers, while developing the sectors of the future guaranteeing the creation of value in France and in Europe; (xv) September 3, In order to quickly and sustainably recover the French economy, an exceptional recovery plan of EUR100 billion has been deployed by the government around 3 main components: ecology - the strategic objective of this plan - to support the transition to a greener and more sustainable economy, competitiveness to give companies the most favorable conditions to develop their activities and thus preserve the employment of employees, and cohesion to guarantee solidarity between generations, between territories, and between all French (for the details:; (xvi) No amount/estimate: September 25, exemption from social security contributions during the period of legal restrictions to operations of very small enterprises (VSEs) and SMEs with a loss of revenue of at least 50%. A request for exemption can be requested for those companies which experienced a loss of revenue of less than 50% [update].

France 09 09 - International Assistance Provided EUR
France 09A 09A - Swaps EUR
France 09B 09B - International loans/grants EUR
France 11 11 - Other Economic Measures EUR AMF. (accessed 1 June 2020).

18 May, Suspended the ban on creating or increasing net short positions.