December fever rages
State spending tends to skyrocket in the last month of the year, with the Austrian government paying out around 17 percent more than the annual average during the month. This year-end spending spree has come to be known in some quarters as "December fever".Read more ...
- Author: Monika Köppl-Turyna, Michael Christl
- Date: 15. December 2017
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