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Red tape threatens WA donga jobs

Local donga manufacturer Complete Portables may be forced to move its manufacturing business to China due to delays in the Barnett government's approvals process, putting 90 jobs at risk, the Labor party claims.

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The comments made are in fact incorrect > 100% untrue The Gas pipeline has not effected the process in dealing with the application. The WAPC has a part time employee dealing with the Wattleup area and ALL applications that are required. We waited more than 75 days before making contact with the WAPC and asked when they thought they may be able to deal with the matter!! They could not answer as they stated they were short on resources to process applications! This gave us no choice than to have the application heard by SAT's. The WAPC is controlled by Landcorp and Landcorp is simply a profit centre of the WA Goverment. The shortage on land only adds to the value. Landcorp controll @ least 30% of the land available in WA so they have an advantage in delaying the process Lack of product with increase demand must equal higher prices paid thanks Emanuel

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