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Save the main street

Interesting read. Denmark approach may save their economy instead just give them $1,000 per citizen.
Denmark’s version of ice-age economics goes like this: To discourage mass layoffs, the government will pay employers up to 90 percent of the salaries of workers who go home and don’t work. The plan could require the government to spend as much as 13 percent of its GDP in three months—roughly the equivalent of a $2.5 trillion stimulus in the United States spread out over just 13 weeks.—fast-dont-wait/ar-BB11CVHr
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