Chamber delegation meets the Prime Minister

30th April 2019

During the meeting, issues relating to the White Paper about Rent Laws, compulsory union membership, the transposition of the Work-Life Balance Directive and Brexit were discussed.

The newly elected Board of Managment of the Malta Chamber, led by the President Perit David Xuereb, met with the Prime Minister Dr Joseph Muscat at his office in Valletta. During the cordial meeting, both sides promised to collaborate closely for the long-term benefit of Malta’s business sector and the economy at large.

During the meeting, Perit Xuereb informed the Prime Minister of the Chamber’s work on a second Economic Vision for Malta - this time for 2021 and beyond. Mr Xuereb said that once again, the document would include the visions and opinions of 25 champions of enterprise and industry in Malta. Work on the document was well underway and it was hoped that the Chamber would be in a position to present the new document to the Prime Minister in the months to come.

The meeting proceeded to discuss issues relating to the White Paper about Rent Laws, compulsory union membership, the transposition of the Work-Life Balance Directive and Brexit.

The Prime Minister was accompanied by the Deputy Prime Minister Dr Chris Fearne, the Minister of Finance the Hon Prof. Edward Scicluna and the Minister for the Economy the Hon Dr Chris Cardona.

Leading the Chamber delegation, Perit Xuereb was flanked by members of the Board of Management, namely Marisa Xuereb (Deputy President), Frank V. Farrugia (Vice-President), Liz Barbaro Sant, Hugh Arrigo and Andrew W. J. Mamo.


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