The United States Shoe Corporation, founded on January 1, 1931, is a renowned company with over 10,001 employees.
The Expats will be contesting the General Election later this year to ensure the 1 Million Expat Kiwis are not unfairly disadvantaged. Of particular interest is implementing a fairer repayment system for Student Loans, an area we believe expats are currently unfairly disadvantaged. - Provide access to funding sources for kiwis living and studying overseas; - Introduce incentives for kiwi entrepreneurs to relocate or expand their businesses to New Zealand; - Remove disincentives which discourage expats from returning to New Zealand (e.g student loans, taxation, funding into e-commerce/digital economy, transferability of superannuation); - Removal of tax and regulatory hurdles which discourage expats to invest in New Zealand; - Removal of geographic limits on lotteries board and other funding for expat kiwi causes; - Timely emergency assistance/safety net for kiwis abroad in desperate need; - Reinstatement of closer social and economic ties with our ANZAC and Commonwealth cousins; - Study into/implementation of e-voting - Reinstatement of 10 year passports Follow us on Linkedin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/expatsnz Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheExpatsNZ Website: www.expatparty.org Authorised by Nick Teulon, 14/28 Banksia Tce, South Perth, 6151, Australia
No company staff information available
The Expatriate Party of New Zealand (The Expats) was founded in 2014
The Expatriate Party of New Zealand (The Expats)'s social media are: Linkedin,
The Expatriate Party of New Zealand (The Expats) is in the industry of: Public Policy Offices
The Expatriate Party of New Zealand (The Expats) is in the industry of:
The Expatriate Party of New Zealand (The Expats)'s similar companies are: