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Tuesday 24 March 2020 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Economy

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Foreigners who have been residing in the Cook Islands and are not on any legal work permit will be part of the registration process to benefit from the unemployment funding.

Foreigners who have been residing in the Cook Islands and are not on any legal work permit will be part of the registration process to benefit from the unemployment funding.


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