26th May 2017

In a strongly-worded statement issued on Friday, the Malta Chamber called on Government to restore confidence, to insist on uncompromising standards of integrity within Government and strengthen the independence and effectiveness of essential institutions.

25th May 2017

Operators are paying excise duties on top of private waste-management scheme fees, hence incurring additional tax and administrative burdens.

26th May 2017

In its Pre-Electoral Proposals document the Malta Chamber made a number of suggestions designed to tackle the delays related to commercial cases.

22nd May 2017

The Malta Files episode has triggered a series of attacks on the integrity of the country’s fiscal structures and financial services industry. There has never been a time when the country needed to form a common and undivided front more than today.

24th May 2017

The Malta Chamber warned that the country must avoid over-reliance on the property market as sustainability must remain key

24th May 2017

Businesses from various economic groups voiced their concern with the Malta Chamber that the proposed Lidl Distribution Center in Malta will cause an unfair playing field. Government announced last April that the project would receive assistance from Malta Enterprise and Malta Industrial Parks.

23rd May 2017

The Malta Chamber has called for businesses to be allowed to purchase their own energy from the existing available sources in order for them to be able to make considerable savings on their energy bills.

23rd May 2017

Malta needs a new transport strategy that incorporates a multimodal transportation infrastructure within a long-term vision for the country’s transport requirements.

19th May 2017

Malta Chamber expresses concern on reported decision to reduce English lessons for Fourth Formers. Ministry says that allocated number of lessons to remain unchanged.

18th May 2017

The Malta Chamber called for the appointment of a dedicated Parliamentary Secretary for Research and Development as the sector requires the full and undivided attention of Government.

11th May 2017

The Malta Chamber will in the coming days be presenting political parties in Malta with its concrete policy proposals being made in the run-up to the upcoming General Election of 3rd June.

5th May 2017

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry hosted the BusinessEurope Council of Presidents (COPRES) meeting on Friday, with Presidents and Director Generals of the most prestigious business organisations from all over Europe congregating to Malta for the biannual meeting.

4th May 2017

As part of the programme of events of the Council of Presidents of BusinessEurope, the heads of delegation attended an audience with the President of the Republic H.E. Dr Marie Louise Coleiro Preca at San Anton Palace on Thursday.

4th May 2017

MEG Executive Group and BusinessEurope DG discuss issues that affect the manufacturing sector within a European context

2nd May 2017

The Malta Chamber has reiterated its warning to both major political parties not to make promises that could undermine Malta’s business competitiveness in order to gain votes.

29th April 2017 – Marie-Claire Grima

The newly elected President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry Frank V. Farrugia has outlined 10 priorities for Malta’s leading business organisation that he intends to focus on, including strengthening Malta’s competitiveness, solving the mismatch between workforce and market demands and safeguarding businesses from detrimental political and economic developments in Malta and beyond.

28th April 2017

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry calls on political parties to exercise caution and maturity to protect Malta’s reputation

27th April 2017

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry expresses its satisfaction following the announced agreement on an increase in the Minimum Wage. The announcement follows long discussions and negotiations, in which the Malta Chamber was actively involved together with other employers’ representative organisations.

30th March 2017

The Malta Chamber elected its new council that will serve for the upcoming term, up to March 2019. The President of the Malta Chamber will be elected during the first Council meeting set to be held on Monday.

23rd February 2017

The Leader of the Opposition Dr Simon Busuttil met the Council of the Malta Chamber to discuss the PN's document on Retail and other issues of Economic nature.

23rd February 2017

The President and Council of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry extend their deepest condolences to the family of Mr J.G. Vassallo who passed away on 18th February aged 93.

26th January 2017

A high level delegation from the Federation of German Industries (BDI), agreed to support the Malta Chamber’s cause in insisting with the European Union that in terms of its regional aid guidelines, islands should be treated in the same manner, irrespective of whether they are regions or states.

24th November 2016

The Malta Chamber participated in a high level delegation to Dubai and Abu Dhabi with the aim to strengthen already established links between Malta and the UAE via the Chambers of Commerce in the region. The visit stems from the strategy aimed at creating further visibility for Malta in the region.

22nd November 2016

The Malta Chamber took part in the Enterprise Europe Network annual conference 2016 as a partner in the EEN Malta Consortium which was held in Bratislava between 14 and 16 November.

22nd November 2016

The Malta Chamber hosted the launch of Eco-French, an initiative taken by experienced French entrepreneurs to contribute to the Maltese economy by coaching young Maltese emerging entrepreneurial interest in the areas of the environment and sustainable business.

10th November 2016

As Vice-President of BusinessEurope, Malta Chamber President Anton Borg participated in a meeting with CEOs from some of the most prominent multinational corporations in Europe, who exchanged views with a number of European Commissioners on issues relating to their different portfolios.

18th October 2016

Immediately following the Minister of Finance’s delivery of the Budget for 2017 yesterday, the Malta Chamber in collaboration with RSM Malta provided members with a summary of the measures announced.

17th October 2016

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry noted the underlying priorities of the 2017 Budget Speech, namely, fiscal consolidation, strong economic growth and better living standards for all.

17th October 2016

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry broke new ground this week, as it provided its members with minute by minute updates and live reactions to the Budget 2017 speech as it was being read out by the Minister of Finance on Monday night.

13th October 2016

Speaking at the European Parliament of Enterprise 2016, on 13th October, Malta Chamber Vice President Mr Tonio Casapinta said that the ultimate priority lies in having a labour force which is well equipped with Digital as well as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills.