The government is taking the first step in investing in the'Korean New Deal', which will pour 76 trillion won over the next five years.

The government has invested a total of 5,110 trillion won this year, including a total of 2,700 trillion won for digital new deals, 1,4 trillion won for green new deals, and 1 trillion won for strengthening employment safety nets. It contains the contents.

Looking at the details of the digital new deal, the largest amount of KRW 1.3 trillion is invested in strengthening the ecosystem of'DNA' such as data, network, and artificial intelligence (AI).

144,000 public data with high demand in the industry are opened sequentially, spending 361 billion won to increase data quality and processing to meet demand.

To this end, 8,900 youth public interns are hired.

Private data also expands from 10 to 15 platforms to collect, produce and trade data that can be used universally for 40 billion won.

Through this, the government's goal is to create an'big data big bang' by creating an ecosystem for AI-based innovation services or product production using data accumulation, processing, distribution, and data, which are the foundation of the digital economy.

In order to enable AI algorithm development at startups by investing KRW 252.5 billion, we will build 700 kinds of data sets necessary for AI learning, such as conversational voice for AI speaker development and medical images for disease analysis and reading.

We invest 750 billion won this year to foster non-face-to-face industries.

While building a Wi-Fi network in about 200,000 classrooms nationwide for KRW 148.1 billion, and investing KRW 144.1 billion to replace 200,000 laptops exceeding their useful life in the classroom, students of digital textbook pilot schools 24 For 10,000 people, tablet PCs containing textbooks are supported instead of paper textbooks.

We will replace the old servers and network equipment for 33.5 billion won so that the national university can strengthen online education.

Centering on public health centers and neighborhood clinics, we start remote health management using wearables or mobile devices to 80,000 people with mild chronic diseases such as people with vulnerable health, diabetes and hypertension.

We also begin to take care of pulses, blood sugar, and activities through the Internet of Things (IoT) for 25,000 elderly people who receive health care visits to health centers or are in nursing facilities.

We start installing 500 dedicated respiratory clinics in public health centers for 50 billion won.

The clinic is equipped with a video-based treatment system.

To enable small and medium-sized businesses to work from home, we support a voucher that can be used to use a remote work system solution for 80,000 won at a cost of 288 billion won, and jointly utilize it at 1,562 places such as the Knowledge Industry Center, Entrepreneurship Center, and Techno Park. We also build this possible videoconferencing infrastructure.

We invest 480 billion won to digitize social overhead capital (SOC).

Electricity IoT sensors are installed on all railroads at a cost of KRW 1373 billion, and construction of an intelligent transportation system on major trunk roads is completed at KRW 55 billion.

It installs a remote water control system in all national rivers for KRW 144.4 billion, builds a smart management system in old water and sewage systems, and establishes an early warning system for disaster response in 510 disaster-risk areas such as steep slopes.
To build a high-speed Internet network in 650 villages without internet, such as books and wallpaper, a portion of the cost is supported by KRW 3.1 billion, and high-performance Wi-Fi is provided by spending KRW 32 billion in 10,000 public places such as public health centers, community centers, bus stops, and libraries. On the other hand, it installs 198 billion won and replaces 18,000 old Wi-Fi.

We are supporting companies in the field by establishing 2 trillion won, such as 1 trillion won for special non-face-to-face and digital industries, and 1 trillion won for special guarantees.

Looking at the details of Green New Deal, we will invest 580 billion won for the diffusion of low-carbon, distributed energy, 480 billion won for the creation of an innovative ecosystem for green industries, and 370 billion won for green transformation of urban, spatial and living infrastructures. .

First, we will start a green remodeling of the old public facilities, which have lost energy efficiency due to aging, by spending KRW 253.5 billion.

High-efficiency insulation materials are installed at 10,000 public rental housing units, 529 childcare centers, and 612 health centers, medical institutions, and schools to enhance energy efficiency by strengthening ventilation systems.

Social SOC facilities (51 places), national and public daycare centers (30 places), and environmental basic facilities (37 places) are accelerating zero energy by upgrading to energy-efficient facilities with a cost of KRW 51.1 billion.

It will convert all 55 national kindergartens, elementary, middle, and high schools into green smart schools by spending 24.8 billion won.

We will build Wi-Fi in the classroom and pay for new laptops and tablet PCs, while installing solar facilities and eco-friendly insulation.
We are also beginning to build a foundation for the diffusion of new and renewable energy such as solar, wind and hydrogen energy.

We will expand financing support for supplying solar power facilities to industrial complexes, houses, buildings, and rural areas by spending 300 billion won.

In the case of wind power or hydrogen power generation projects, financing support, etc., is promoted when the project is a national shareholder's project by spending 365 billion won so that local residents can share development profits.

In order to increase the energy efficiency of industrial complexes that consume more than 70% of the energy in the industrial sector, we are starting a green transition in the flagship manufacturing industry by building a smart energy platform in seven smart industrial complexes as a pilot.

In order to change the manufacturing process of SMEs to be environmentally friendly, we support the construction of 700 clean factories and 100 smart ecology factories by spending 21 billion won.

It costs 990 billion won and converts 150,000 old diesel vehicles among trucks and children's school vehicles into electric cars or LPG cars.

We will start building a smart grid for energy management efficiency by building a smart power grid in 500,000 apartments with a cost of KRW 17.6 billion.

We select 100 companies with innovative environment technology and begin intensive support for the entire growth cycle for 3 years.

With a budget of 6.3 billion won, we will create a'green convergence cluster' such as ▲clean atmosphere ▲biological material ▲hydrothermal energy ▲future waste resources ▲resource circulation and empirical testbeds for 5 green promising areas to grow the green industry according to regional characteristics.

In addition, we train 5,000 talented professionals in green fusion technology and provide 1 trillion won in financing for promising environmental companies based on technology.

It started to convert the nationwide water supply management system into an ICT (Information and Communication Technology)·AI-based smart management system for nearly 40 billion won, and also plans to upgrade 12 waterworks purification facilities and improve old waterworks.

In order to strengthen the employment safety net, KRW 1 trillion is invested.

With 580 billion won to support life and employment stability in the blind spot of employment insurance, 240 billion won to support new entry and conversion into the job market, 110 billion won to innovate industrial safety and work environment, and a future-adaptive vocational training system We put 70 billion won each in the reorganization.

The government has set aside 600 billion won to pay 1.5 million won for emergency employment security assistance to 1.4 million special-type workers and freelance small business owners who have difficulty living with Corona 19.

The company also invests money in new technology fields such as high-tech materials and smart manufacturing, to expand vocational training by life cycle, to support in-home/remote work, recruiting young interns, and re-employment of young business sectors and customized startup support.

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