Kiosked Finnish flags fly at half-mast outside City Hall in Hyvinkaa May 26, 2012 [Representational Image]. Finland, the far north European nation may just become the first country to provide basic income to its citizens.
As part of a unique experiment, the Finnish government has decided to give basic income of Euro 650 (approx Rs 46, 257) to unemployed citizens in a bid to boost employment, cut government red tape and reduce poverty, the Guardian reported.
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