A new German stimulus package agreed by Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition includes 14billion euros ($18.76 billion) in federal investments in infrastructure and schools, according to a copy of the agreement. The package also foresees auto sector aid valued at 1.5billion euros, 100 billion euros in new credit guarantees to help German firms weather the economic downturn, and tax relief of 2.9 billion euros in 2009, rising to 6.05 billion from 2010.