New Scientist article New Zealand is a country with a large population of expats who have lived and worked abroad for years.
It’s also a country that can easily fall foul of laws that are intended to protect its expats from unfair competition.
The law says that expats can’t get the right to a franchise for a new business, but this does not apply to expats already in the country.
The same law says expats must pay their local tax when they move to another country.
So New Zealand’s law is really just a form of protection for those expats, but not necessarily one for Kiwis.
What can we do?
The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions has launched a campaign to change the law.
It is asking members to sign an online petition to lobby their local MP.
In New Zealand, this petition could be signed by thousands of expat workers, as well as by a number of local businesses.
The petition will be presented to New Zealand parliament on June 1.
It says: “We want to make sure New Zealand expats get the same protection as Kiwis who move overseas for work, so that they can move to the country of their choice.”
A petition to get the legislation changed Read more The petition is signed by a range of organisations, including the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce, the Auckland Chamber of Trade and Investment, and the New Zealander Council of Australian Trade Unities.
They are calling on New Zealand MPs to change their vote to make the change.
The change would affect the franchise law for all expats in New Zealand.
The council’s director of policy, Chris Taylor, said the petition would help make New Zealand an attractive country for expats to settle down in.
“The petition is not a new idea.
The campaign to make New York the home of the expats is not just about moving, it’s about bringing in business.
It does this by making it easier for expatriates to invest in their new home and by giving them the opportunity to get a franchise.”
How can we change the franchise laws?
The new law will affect the Franchise Agreement and the Competition and Consumer Act.
This is the law that governs how a business must treat expats when they go abroad.
Under New Zealand law, an expat has to pay their own local tax.
If the business decides to buy the business, the expat must pay taxes on the purchase price.
This can vary depending on the business and the type of business it is.
The new legislation does not give expats the same rights to franchise in other countries, but the law will still apply to them.
There are two main types of franchise: a contract of sale and a franchise agreement.
Contract of sale The contract of purchase is the first type of franchise, where an expatriate is paid an upfront payment of $150,000 for their new business.
If they decide to leave the country, the contract of sales ends.
The contract is similar to a purchase contract, where the buyer is paid for their services.
The expatriator is not allowed to sell the business.
Contractual agreements The contractual agreements are contracts that specify the rights and responsibilities of an expator and expat.
Under the current laws, the franchisees have to pay taxes when they leave New Zealand to avoid being forced to pay them in tax when the expatriated worker returns.
The laws do not apply if the expator decides to sell their business, as long as the exporter does not make a profit.
In order to get around the tax requirement, expats have to sign a “compensation agreement” that includes the rights to keep the franchise.
In other words, an employer must pay the expatcher an upfront fee and a salary of $100,000 per year.
The compensation agreement is not binding, and is usually signed by the employer and the employee.
If an exporter leaves the country without paying the compensation agreement, they can be required to pay tax on any profit that they made.
The Labour Relations Commission has ruled that an expo is not subject to tax if the employer makes a profit, but expats may still be subject to withholding tax if they are self-employed.
Franchise agreement The second type of contract is a franchise.
This contract is an agreement between an expater and a foreign business, allowing the exparer to take control of the business for a fixed term.
In return, the business agrees to pay the employer a fixed amount of money to operate.
In this way, the employer is still able to control the business from within.
The New Zealand Council of Agricultural and Horticultural Workers says the new law makes it more difficult for expat expats working abroad to take over foreign businesses.
It also makes it harder for them to qualify for a franchise when they return to New York, since the expo must pay tax to the relevant tax authority.
What do the government’s critics say?
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern says the law does not protect expats. “If