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    A plea from the Finance Minister for Kiwis waiting for a response to their wage subsidy application

    A plea from the Finance Minister for Kiwis waiting for a response to their wage subsidy application


    Grant Robertson says around 300 thousand applications have been received - and are being processed in record time, but work's continuing on around 100 thousand.

    He's asking people who haven't heard whether they've been successful NOT to reapply - because that will just confuse the situation.

    Robertson expects today's update on how much has been paid, to be well over five billion dollars.

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