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Over 800 jobs lost in first six months of Samoa state of emergency
By Online Editor
04:02 am GMT+12, 03/03/2021, Samoa
“It is quite an impact on the private sector business who could not continue due to the effect of COVID-19. Hugely affected is the tourism sector especially for those in the car rental businesses, tour guides and hotel suppliers,” said the ILO Co-ordinator in Samoa, Laufiso Tomasi Peni.< Read more

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