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is a friendly economic time.

Reporter Han Ji-yeon is also here today (the 3rd).

Starting today, the payment of the loss compensation in the fourth quarter of last year will begin.



<Reporter>



Yes, it is.

About 900,000 small business owners receive 2.2 trillion won, an average of 2.44 million won per person.



The target is small business owners whose sales decreased due to the ban on gatherings and restrictions on business hours from October to December of last year.



This time, compensation is extended to companies that have imposed restrictions on the number of facilities, and 150,000 people have been added, including accommodation facilities, beauty businesses, and wedding venues.



The lower limit for loss compensation is increased from 100,000 won in the previous quarter, and the minimum amount is 500,000 won and the maximum is 100 million won.



In addition, the compensation ratio, which is the ratio of compensation to loss, has been raised from 80% to 90%.



There are 810,000 people who are eligible for the 'Rapid Compensation', which selects compensation in advance and pays them quickly at the same time as applying without any additional supporting documents. From today, these people can apply online at the website below.



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That's right.

The number of applicants has increased a bit, and now the scope and breadth of compensation seems to have increased.

Please explain in detail how to apply. 



<Reporter>



Yes, for the first 5 days, the 'five sub-system' will be implemented based on the last digit of the business registration number, and a guide message will be sent to the applicants for each day of the week.



Even if you did not receive this text message, you can check if you are eligible for expedited compensation by visiting the aforementioned site.



From today to the 18th, the reward will be issued 4 times a day. If you apply until 4:00 PM, you can receive the reward on the same day.



Those who have difficulty applying online can also apply offline from the 10th.

You can go to the nearest city hall or ward office and visit the loss compensation window.



Until the 23rd, it will be operated on an odd-even system based on the last digit of the business registration number for 10 days excluding weekends.



You are not eligible for expedited compensation or do not agree to the amount.

In this case, you can apply online from the 10th and offline from the 15th.



If you have any questions, please contact the call center below or online chat consultation.



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When applying online, if you have memorized the site incorrectly, you can easily find out if you search for 'loss compensation claim' on a search site.

We will also look at the next news.

Beer prices going up again?



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OB is raising its price for the first time in six years, and from the 8th, it has decided to raise the factory price by an average of 7.7%.



Canned beer is raised by 3-5% and bottled beer by 9%. 500ml bottled beer, which used to be 1,147 won, costs 1,250 won, which is more than 100 won.



The rise in beer prices is due to the rise in raw material and subsidiary material prices, and the international barley price surged 33% in the three years from 2019 to last year, before the corona.



It is a key material for canned products.

Aluminum prices jumped 45% last year compared to the previous year.

Also, from next month, the tax on beer will increase by 20.8 won per liter. 



As much as OB Raised the price, other companies are likely to raise their beer prices one after another.



If this happens again, the price of beer in restaurants and bars will rise by about 1,000 won, and it is expected that it will cost more than 10,000 won to eat so-called so-maek, a mixture of soju and beer.



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Soju prices go up, beer prices go up, and so on.

However, one thing I am curious about is whether the liquor companies are doing business at a loss.

I wonder how much money these companies have made so far, and if they can afford these things with the money they earned, are they passing it on to consumers?



<Reporter>



I was able to handle it for a while, but now I can't handle it anymore, so I'm uploading it.



<Anchor>



Is that how the industry explains it?

(Yes.) Finally, let's take a look at the stock market.

Yesterday, the KOSPI rose a bit.



<Reporter>



Yes, it recovered the 2,700 mark in 4 trading days.

Up 0.16% from the battlefield, finishing at 2703.52.



Individuals were actively net buying.

The decline in the index was defended by reduced institutional selling.



Investor sentiment is showing some recovery despite various adverse factors such as the Ukraine crisis and intraday rise in oil prices.



As the news that Russia, which had been subjected to financial sanctions, could be withdrawn from the MSCI index, expectations were also drawn in to benefit from the reflection of the domestic index.



By stock, energy stocks were strong as oil prices rose, and soared up to 15%.



The Russian invasion will accelerate the transition to renewable energy.

Shares of related companies rose up to 8% on such expectations.



With international oil prices rising more than 6% today, breaking the $110 mark, the highest since 2011, take a look at the New York Stock Exchange.



The rises were unanimous as Fed Chairman Jerome Powell announced cautious austerity measures.

The Dow rose 1.79%, the S&P 500 rose 1.86% and the Nasdaq rose 1.62%.

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