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Added that 30 of them would be in the wrong location.Blankfein has always recognized that this way of allocating resources for growth is fundamental to the Chinese model. The question now is whether it a model the government can manage effectively.rather they hold our debt than we hold their debt, he said. Rather owe money to the Chinese; they have a stake in our success.
Workers who scored a coronavirus pay rise under the $1500 JobKeeper scheme are the target of a secret audit to discover how many winners are getting under the handouts.The JobKeeper review is being led by Australian Treasury Regulatory Reform Taskforce head Mark Cully.Some experts believe the Prime Minister should stop these to workers from July 1 under his pledge to consider adjustments to the scheme.But others argue it too late to the egg and pay these casuals less JobKeeper, particularly in the wake of a bungled costings drama slashing the number of workers covered by the scheme and pledges not to engage in wholesale changes.RELATED: Pay rise for under 20s during COVID 19 pandemicRELATED: How JobKeeper cheats will get caughtRELATED: Treasurer admits massive error for JobKeeperAs Scott Morrison moved to responsibility for a $60 billion JobKeeper costings bungle, he hinted the scheme could be extended on Sunday, but only in a more targeted way to help tourism workers hit by the closure of international borders.there are many challenges that the economy will face beyond September. We know that and there are particular sectors that will feel this for longer, particularly those who are particularly dependent on international borders, Mr Morrison said.we know that and we understand that and we be considering that carefully. The Prime Minister is digging in and resisting calls to expand the scheme to more casuals, university workers, and foreign visa holders.not free money.