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Higher wages 'likely to lead to fewer jobs'

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Higher wages 'likely to lead to fewer jobs'

By Roy Cokayne
From Business Report

Job losses might have started taking place in the second quarter of this year to offset the effects of higher growth in average wages, First National Bank (FNB) said yesterday.

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