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Business Funding Fears
5:42pm 6th January 2012
(Updated 5:42pm 6th January 2012)
It is claimed Cornwall could lose out on more than 100 million pounds of funding from Europe.
Labour is worried convergence cash to boost jobs and business in the Duchy will not be spent in time.
The deadline is the end of next year.
Bosses insist everything is on track and that is just "scaremongering".
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