The meteoric rise of the Mainz vaccine manufacturer BioNTech is causing an unprecedented rain of…

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The meteoric rise of the Mainz vaccine manufacturer BioNTech is causing an unprecedented rain of…

The meteoric rise of the Mainz vaccine manufacturer BioNTech is causing an unprecedented rain of money in the city

BioNTech is not only a company that changes the world. With the trade taxes of the vaccine developer, the city leaders want to reduce the debt and set up a network of biotech companies.

Mainz, as it sings and laughs: The success of BioNTech will also become a gold mine for the city shortly before Carnival.

The “golden wish lists”, which will now undoubtedly also enter the town hall from many parts of the city, wants to “for the time being drag Finance Director Beck backwards.” Instead, the debt should be reduced. According to him, the city wants to repay all cash loans of 634 million euros with BioNTech money by 2022 and thus create completely new investment opportunities. You can reorganize the city’s pension fund and consider building administrative buildings at your own expense and no longer renting them distributed across the city. This also saves money in the long run. The debate on who gets how much money and when should only begin. The city council has not yet approved the plans of the mayors.

Mainz does not want to be permanently dependent on BioNTech, this is also part of the new strategy. Trade taxes should be distributed over more and new shoulders. Cases in which the household of a city depends significantly on a company still exist in abundance today, some companies even carry the place in the name, such as Boehringer Ingelheim or B.Braun Melsungen. Sindelfingen had once even laid zebra crossings made of Carrara marble in the exuberance of Daimler’s commercial millions.

If the city actually repays its debt as planned, it can also free itself from the unloved gang of the Trierer service supervisory authority ADD. To date, supervision has had to approve the budget of the highly indebted city, which has repeatedly led to disputes. In the summer, the authority had completely overturned the 2022 budget, called for further austerity efforts and an increase in property tax.

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