Why the Germans are giving out free stuff to all their citizens

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The German government is starting to make the case for its citizens to give out freebies, including some of its citizens who can’t afford them.

On Sunday, the Bundestag’s lower house of parliament passed a bill that will allow residents to use a tax-free card to make purchases, but only if the cardholder is at least 21 years old and at least 18 years old.

The cardholder will have to pay a 1,000-euro ($1,250) fine, but the government hopes to encourage citizens to buy things in the hope that they will make them less expensive.

Under the bill, citizens who buy items with a tax free card will also be able to use the card to redeem gift cards at participating retailers.

A gift card is a token that allows you to purchase products from a store, and can be redeemed for a credit card or other payment option.

In Germany, the cardholders will also have to register with the government, pay a tax bill and undergo training to be eligible for the freebies.

The government says that it wants to make sure that people with higher incomes have a good enough income to be able use their tax free cards to purchase things.

In addition to tax free purchases, the bill would also allow people to get discounts from certain retailers.

If you’re buying a watch, you can get a discount for $30 from LVMH.

Or if you buy a coffee cup, you’ll be able get a 10% discount.

If the coffee cup you’re drinking is €50, you’d be able grab a 10 percent discount.

There’s no limit on the number of purchases you can make with the tax free credit card, though.

Anyone who’s been living in Germany for a year and a half will be able take advantage of the free cards.

The bill passed by the lower house would also cover the cost of the gift cards, and any tax bill paid to the government.

The bill also contains provisions that will help the government fight the spread of digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Monero, and Dash.

This bill has a section for citizens who have no bank accounts and are living abroad to get a tax credit of up to 1,500 euros ($1.5,300) per month.

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