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@8HZ922H answered…2yrs

Is this for them staying in NZ or going overseas. I support anything that allows NZ companies to stay and be productive and give employment to Kiwis.

@8GX5YBQ answered…2yrs

If it provides local jobs, eventually earns a tax revenue greater than the tax incentive and it's doesn't compromise the environment.

@8DMT9L4 answered…2yrs

Yes, but only after rigorous planning determines that the net benefit of the increased revenue from the company outweighs the incentives and ongoing costs (including requirement for honest calculation of actual ongoing environmental costs)

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Yes, but only if local citizens can vote on the amount of incentives to offer

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Yes, but I would prefer lowering corporate taxes to benefit all local companies

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No, spend that money on improving infrastructure and the community to attract companies

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Yes, as long as the tax revenue will eventually exceed the tax incentives

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Yes, if the company promises to create new jobs by hiring local residents

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