Bottlenecks for the private sector not acceptable

7th September 2017

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry said that in the current climate of rapid economic expansion, the private sector couldn’t afford bottlenecks that affected its operation, no less during the summer months.

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, said that in the current climate of rapid economic expansion, the private sector couldn’t afford bottlenecks that affected its operation, no less during the summer months.

In a press release issued on Friday, the Malta Chamber said it was unacceptable that at a time when the economy was firing on all cylinders, with yet another historic growth for this year, the private sector was finding closed doors or premium charges when seeking certain indispensable services during the summer months.

“The public and the private sector are the two sides of the very same coin called the economy. They both depend on each other to thrive” the statement said.

In conclusion, the Malta Chamber called on all interested parties to act responsibly and meet around a table to discuss a solution on rendering the country more competitive, in the same way that the Malta Chamber had recently agreed to discuss matters that it was initially opposed to.


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