* Date : 2021-01-26
Small business owners and self-employed workers here in Korea have taken a beating amid the prolonged pandemic and government restrictions to curb the outbreak. But, help could be on the way with President Moon Jae-in calling on the government to provide more financial aid by drafting new laws. We sit down with our panel of experts to discuss these latest proposals in more detail.
Korea is poised to launch its long-awaited public vaccination campaign next month. Although the country has secured enough doses to cover some 56 million people, they will arrive in small batches, which would require the government to set a clear priority list on who gets them first. We find out more in our daily report.
- Guests In-Studio
- CHO Hee-kyung, Professor / College of Law, Hongik University
- KIM Sei-wan, Professor / Dept. of Economics, Ewha Womans University
- Guests Skype
- Jan RUEBEL, Reporter / Zeitenspiegel