An office of Social Insurance Institution KELA, is pictured in Helsinki, Finland, on Jan. 17, 2017. Finland became the first country in Europe to pay free basic income in a pilot which evoked enthusiasm around the world — but which at home meets criticism for its design, costs and lack of fiscal realism.
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