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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The business community says everyone should be thinking about how the country can create more jobs after Covid-19

    The business community says everyone should be thinking about how the country can create more jobs after Covid-19


    National's promising businesses 10-thousand-dollars for each new staff member that's hired - if it wins the election.

    BusinessNZ chief executive Kirk Hope says now is a critical time for both people and companies.

    He says no one has a monopoly on good ideas right now, and anything that will make jobs for Kiwis should be welcomed.

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