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South Korea to prepare $3.6 bn Covid stimulus package for small businesses

Of the total package, some 3.2 trillion won would be allocated to provide 1 million won each to 3.2 million small business owners that experienced a decrease in sales.

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South Korea | South Korea economy | small and medium enterprises SMEs

Reuters  |  Seoul 



South Korea, coronavirus, economy
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South Korea's finance minister said on Friday the government will prepare a new 4.3 trillion won ($3.6 billion) stimulus package to help support small-sized and self-employed businesses hurt by the reimposition of tougher Covid-19 curbs.

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First Published: Fri, December 17 2021. 09:09 IST

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