The European Union executive this week proposed setting up a new recovery fund worth €750 billion to help kickstart growth on the continent, which has been hammered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Some of the money from the new fund would be pre-allocated to each of the 27 member states, while further amounts would depend on what specific programmes they pitch to Brussels to get funding.
Aid would come in the form of grants or repayable loans that would compliment the bloc's next budget, worth €1.1 trillion from 2021 to 2027.
Ireland is due to get €1.9 billion compared to over €172 billion for Italy.
Here is an initial outline from the executive European Commission of what each country could get from the new fund.
The numbers do not include handouts from the joint budget.
ITALY - €172.7 billion (of which €81.8 billion in grants)
SPAIN - €140.5 billion (of which 477.3 billion in grants)
POLAND - €63.8 billlion euros (of which €37.7 billion in grants)
FRANCE - €38.8 billion (all grants)
GREECE - €32 billion (of which €22.6 billion in grants)
ROMANIA - €31.2 billion (of which €19.6 billion in grants)
GERMANY - €28.8 billion (all grants)
PORTUGAL - €26.4 billion (of which €15.5 billion in grants)
CZECH REPUBLIC - €19.2 billion (of which €8.6 billion in grants)
HUNGARY - €15.1 billion (of which €8.1 billion in grants)
SLOVAKIA - €12.8 billion (of which €7.9 billion in grants)
BULGARIA - €12.4 billion (of which €9.2 billion in grants)
CROATIA - €10 billion (of which €7.4 billion in grants)
THE NETHERLANDS - €6.8 billlion (all grants)
LITHUANIA - €6.3 billion (of which €3.9 billion in grants)
BELGIUM - €5.5 billion euros (all grants)
SLOVENIA - €5.1 billion (of which €2.6 billion in grants)
SWEDEN - €4.7 billion (all grants)
LATVIA - €4.5 billion (of which €2.9 billion in grants)
AUSTRIA - €4 billion (all grants)
FINLAND - €3.5 billion (all grants)
ESTONIA - €3.3 billion (of which €1.9 billion in grants)
CYPRUS - €2.5 billions (of which €1.4 billion in grants)
DENMARK - €2.2 billion (all grants)
IRELAND - €1.9 billion (all grants)
MALTA - €1 billion (of which 40.4 billion in grants)
LUXEMBOURG - €0.2 billion (all grants)