Who repaid the wage subsidy?

Andy Fyers
Fri, 01 Jan 2021

Andy Fyers
Fri, 01 Jan 2021
Meat companies and an engineering consultancy are among the companies to have made the biggest repayments of the wage subsidy to date, although they'll be topped by The Warehouse when the retailer returns its subsidy. Silver Fern Farms, which repaid $43 million – the full amount it claimed – had made the biggest repayment, followed by another meat company, Alliance Group, which recently announced it intended repay its full $34 million claim. BECA Consolidated Group, an engineering firm, had the next largest repayment o...

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