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‘Get them to work’: NAB boss calls for skilled migration to resume – The Age

NAB’s business banking boss Andrew Irvine says more quarantine sites are needed to enable migration to start again, in a policy move that would help struggling…



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A senior executive at the countrys largest business bank has called for governments to build more quarantine facilities and relax border closures to enable skilled migration to restart in order to provide a lifeline to businesses under pressure.
The National Australia Banks head of business banking Andrew Irvine said overall businesses are managing to motor forward following the pandemic lockdowns, with the lender seeing record demand for credit and new business accounts.
NABs banking boss Andrew…

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