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Does future growth depend on the universal basic income?

Higher minimum wages are the start of a bigger shift

By George Magnus  

The Cooffe 4.0 system, consisting of an app and a robot, makes coffe at the exhibition booth of Kuka at Hanover fair in Hanover, Germany, 23 April 2016. The world's biggest industry fair Hanover Messe is being opened by US-President Obama on 24 April. The United States of America are this year's partnering country. ©Julian Stratenschulte/DPA/PA Images

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