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South Korea’s Universal Basic Income Experiment to Boost the Economy | WSJ
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To stimulate its pandemic-hit economy, a province in South Korea has been experimenting with universal basic income programs by regularly giving out cash, ….

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  1. Fam… Korea isn't as cut throat as America is…. most likely, the government is looking into the local businesses and not the individual for data. They are legit looking for if the 'local' government is improving…. there is legit no privacy concerns here…

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  2. $250 every three months? That's nothing, in Australia the government gives parents who earn $150,000 a year $125 every single week for child care costs lol

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  3. All woman $2,500 month free when 18 regardless of race regardless of place of flag so all woman 18 or older $2,500 month free so no poor woman…. We create free money data base not part of tax payer money so all woman get card 💳
    So all woman are taken care of so NO POOR woman

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  4. South Korea's basic income program is nothing to do with the idea of UBI. The distinct difference is that they never want to correct or streamline overgrown bureaucracy. Most of Korean full-time workers are opposed to the idea of UBI for fear of higher taxes.

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  5. UBI is a great idea for a country with many highly educated people: Now people have a safety net to pursuit their dreams, or create new technological innovations without fear of failures, or pursuit a totally different career path that would otherwise be impossible to do. All those endeavors of the educated people will eventually accelerate the GDP growth for a country.

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  6. This changes everything! and it must be for everyone. Given the Chance……I believe all humans have the ability for self-improvement, spiritual growth, and the potential to change the world around them. Quote: "The Government in my mind exists in part to counter balance the excesses and perversions of the market place and right now in American life the market is just running "amok" it's overrunning everything and that's what we have to stop and the one great way to stop that is to get the "Freedom Dividend" (universal basic income) into everyone's hands and that'll help us reclaim our Democracy!!!" Presidential candidate Andrew Yang.

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  7. Why did you need to ask that 'American professor' what she thought? You guys are oblivious to what life is in Asia, you shouldn't have inserted her opinion on this. Kinda ruined an otherwise good video.

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  8. Something really similar happened in malta.. the Maltis government issued a food and shopping voucher for every citizen worth 100 euros.. and the plan was extremely successful and it helped restaurants and shopping centres till a certain % of recovery form pandemic disaster

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  9. Probably the most important question is, "How is this going to be funded on a large scale?" I didn't hear this point even mentioned throughout this entire video. I think this is rather dishonest, as it seems to me like taxes would have to rise dramatically to afford this.

    For instance, Andrew Yang's plan is to give every American $1,000 dollars/month. Our population is ~300,000,000. That's $300 billion/month. That works out to ~$3.6 trillion/year. Mandatory spending for both medicare and social security alone, totaled about $2.8 trillion for 2020–not to speak of any other spending. Federal tax revenue is estimated to be about $3.8 trillion/year. I'm not confident the numbers are gonna work out, here.

    Another really important point is that this program wouldn't address another major cause of poverty: lack of self-control. Spend some time watching the Dave Ramsey program and you will discover that one of the major reasons people become poor is that they cannot control their spending and spend well above their means. Giving money to people without any self-control isn't going to solve their problem of self-control.

    Lotto winners going bankrupt is a case in point.

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