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Brisbane : Australia | Jul 09, 2012 at 6:10 PM PDT
Source: The Courier-Mail
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The federal government is in talks to bring more overseas workers to Australia on holiday visas to address labour shortages in the tourism industry. Tourism Minister Martin Ferguson says it's one strategy the government is pursuing to address the problem. FULL ARTICLE AT The Courier-Mail
 
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