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    The government's being urged to encourage big businesses to follow its lead on invoice payment times

    The government's being urged to encourage big businesses to follow its lead on invoice payment times


    The government is setting a target for its departments to pay 95 percent of domestic invoices in 10 business days by June next year.

    Small Business Voice CEO, Max Whitehead, says a lot of small businesses pay their invoices the day they receive them.

    He says big businesses holding money back is a dirty way of making money and using small businesses as a bank for big ones

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