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The top ten firms that paid the last wage subsidy back

Most large companies are not applying for the wage subsidy during this lockdown.

Brent Edwards Fri, 27 Aug 2021

The Warehouse Ltd paid back the most of any of the companies that claimed the wage subsidy before the latest Covid-19 outbreak and lockdown.

It claimed $51.98 million but repaid the whole lot. Its subsidiary Noel Leeming Group Ltd also paid back $12.092m, the full amount it had claimed.

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