Business lobby group pushes governments to cut unnecessary regulatory costs

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TORONTO - One of Canada's largest business associations has launched what's being called the first-ever "Red Tape Awareness Week."
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says that businesses spend more than $30 billion annually to comply with government regulations.
The CFIB says a majority of business owners believes that the cost of regulatory red tape could be cut by 10 to 25 per cent without sacrificing the public interest.

Organizations: Canadian Federation of Independent Business

Geographic location: TORONTO, Canada

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