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South Korea to pay families hundreds of dollars to ease coronavirus impact

Reuters Monday, 30 March 2020
South Korea will make emergency cash payments to all but the richest families and draw up a second supplementary budget next month in a bid to ease the drawn-out economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak, President Moon Jae-in said on Monday.
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