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3rd November 2017

The company has just released its revised masterplan for Manoel Island, which has been "significantly amended" in response to community, council and NGO feedback.

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Manuel Zarb - 5th November 2017

"I did not have the luxury of a long tenure, but one would be forgiven for thinking otherwise given what was achieved in such a short period of time.”

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Manuel Zarb - 10th November 2017

In this series of interviews, former politicians share their experiences in politics and how they’ve readjusted to life as private citizens.

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Manuel Zarb - 18th November 2017

“As long as foreign investment keeps coming into the country, yes, it is sustainable,” Johann Buttigieg said.

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Sarah Micallef - 19th November 2017

“Instilling a retirement capability amongst Maltese citizens is one of the more important challenges that needs to be addressed," says Malta Pensions Strategy Group member David Spiteri Gingell.

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14th October 2017

From running her own consultancy firm to leading Victim Support Malta, lawyer Roberta Lepre is a force who sees value in the ways our laws can protect us.

Manuel Zarb - 21st October 2017

Parliamentary Secretary for EU Funds and Social Dialogue Aaron Farrugia discusses the role of EU funds and how they can help the Maltese business community.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 28th October 2017

"“One day in the history of the country, changed everything: how we look at things, how we plan, how we deal with people, who to meet, what to say."

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Sarah Micallef - 28th September 2017

"A boom would be at the top of the cycle, waiting for it to fall – I don’t see it like that as yet.”

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Martina Said - 24th September 2017

With ever-changing regulations, constantly emerging technologies and countries competing for a slice of the cake, can Malta stay ahead of the game?

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Manuel Zarb - 21st September 2017

The country is starting to pay more attention to the environment and to planning, according to the head of the Environmental Resources Authority.

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Jo Caruana - 16th September 2017

It’s always good to consider the positives and negatives of our country from the outside – and Malta’s many expats give us that valuable opportunity. Four professionals who’ve chosen to make our island their home share their thoughts.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 20th August 2017

How does Malta have to change in order to become a hub for new inventions?

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27th August 2017

Six Maltese businesswomen discuss their careers, work-life balance, and what they think can be done to challenge the status quo.

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Jo Caruana - 13th August 2017

Glamour and graft aboard the world’s most luxurious boats – chef Michael Bradbury shares his experiences of touring the globe in super yacht kitchens.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 2nd August 2017

Yasmin De Giorgio tells MaltaChamber.org.mt all about hard work, staring down self-doubt, and the responsibility that business owners have towards society and nature.

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Manuel Zarb - 27th July 2017

Adrian Delia, Chris Said, Alex Perici Calascione and Frank Portelli share their views on issues that are most relevant to local businesses and the economy at large.

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Martina Said - 23rd July 2017

Minister for European Affairs and Equality Helena Dalli speaks about the primary achievements of Malta’s EU Presidency, Malta’s opportunities post-Brexit, and the new challenges she faces within her newly-established Ministry.

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26th July 2017

Edward Tortell, one of the founders of MVP Malta, tells MaltaChamber about the clubbing and entertainment start-up that’s shaking up Malta’s party scene.

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Manuel Zarb - 3rd July 2017

Transport Minister Ian Borg has played down doubts about the feasibility of resurfacing Malta's roads in seven years, saying he is confident in Maltese contractors' ability to do so.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 11th June 2017

Malta Libraries CEO Cheryl Falzon talks all about increasing visibility, boosting the number of library patrons and the changing role of the library in society.

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21st May 2017 – Jo Caruana

Social entrepreneur Mark Weingard, primarily known for pop-up restaurant Aziamendi 100 and his recent acquisition of an 8.92 per cent shareholding in MIDI plc, talks about why he chose to invest in Malta, the island he now calls home.

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1st May 2017 – Jo Caruana

Brexit negotiations have begun but no one really knows what their outcome will be. Stefano Mallia, one of three rapporteurs on the Brexit Advisory Group appointed by the Employers Group within the EESC, discusses how things may turn out.

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30th April 2017 – Martina Said

After four years as President of BusinessEurope, Emma Marcegaglia is as fired up as the day she took on the role to continue defending the interests of businesses across the European Union. She discusses the progress of the Maltese Presidency, the biggest challenges facing European businesses, and the potential aftershocks still to be felt by Brexit.

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Jo Caruana – 31st March 2017

Valletta’s transition into European Capital of Culture 2018 has begun, and already the country is making cultural strides forward. V18 Foundation Chairman Jason Micallef talks us through the planned programme of events and the legacy projects to come.

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Martina Said – 26th March 2017

Malta Chamber deputy president Frank Farrugia discusses the country’s economic outlook and business sentiment for 2017.

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18th February 2017 – Marie-Claire Grima

Katja Dingli Bennetti, founder of JobsforMumsMalta.com, talks to MaltaChamber.org.mt all about helping women find a work-life balance, inclusive working cultures and the need for flexibility in the workplace.

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5th February 2017 – Jo Caruana

Shadow Finance Minister Mario de Marco talks through his economic expectations for 2017, including the risk that could come of resting on our laurels and the threats from further afield.

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29th January 2017

Dr John Vassallo, former Ambassador of Malta to the EU, President of the Malta Business Bureau, member of the Council of Europa Nostra and Strategic Adviser to the Microsoft Corporation speaks out about striking a balance between economic growth and environmental protection.

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Marie-Claire Grima – 22nd January 2017

After Malta hit a peak of commercial and investment activity in 2015, the pace has steadied, while the increasing diversity of the economy ensures that the breadth of its stride is maintained. Finance Minister Prof. Edward Scicluna speaks about Malta’s pull factor for young Europeans, developing the national infrastructure according to the needs of the people and the nation’s opportunities as the holder of the Presidency of the European Council for the first semester of 2017.