Gyeonggi do, South Korea, makes a red envelope to all residents and promotes consumption of 100000 won per person

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 Gyeonggi do, South Korea, makes a red envelope to all residents and promotes consumption of 100000 won per person


According to Korean daily, South Koreas governor Lee Jae Myung announced on April 24 that he would distribute basic disaster income to 13.64 million residents of Gyeonggi do, 100000 won per person, or 560 yuan, by April. The aim is to novel coronavirus pneumonia, promote consumption and promote economic recovery.

It is understood that the above epidemic subsidies will be issued in the form of consumption coupons, limiting the use within three months. A total of 1364.2 billion won is needed, about 7.67 billion yuan.

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