30th March 2020

Employer bodies nominate Stefano Mallia and Doris Sammut Bonnici as their representatives on the European Economic and Social Committee

18th March 2020

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry regards the measures announced on Wednesday evening by the Prime Minister as very disappointing.

18th March 2020

In their letter, the organisations asked for support to retain staff on payroll by 50% of the basic wage paid by Government and 25% paid by the employer, capped at the average wage.

18th March 2020

During the meeting, The Malta Chamber offered its help, through the involvement of its members, in the national effort in safeguarding public health.

16th March 2020

Proposes concrete measure to help businesses weather the COVID-19 crisis

15th March 2020

“At a time of national pressure on all aspects of life, employers must recognise their central role in protecting the health and welfare of our people” Perit David Xuereb

14th March 2020

Lockdown should be decided on by competent authorities

13th March 2020

While public health should be safeguarded and remains the absolute priority, MBB also stressed that EU and national authorities must also do all they can in order to help businesses in this critical time in order to alleviate the financial pressure businesses are being put under.

13th March 2020

This afternoon, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced that, with immediate effect, anyone arriving from any country is obliged to serve a 14-day mandatory quarantine period.

12th March 2020

Government should also push for a concerted effort at European Union level

11th March 2020

Given the emerging COVID-19 situation, the Malta Chamber wishes to inform its members of a number of measures which our Gold partners HSBC Malta have just announced, to support the local business community.

11th March 2020

The strategy addresses important issues dealing both with social justice as well as economic potential.

10th March 2020

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry called on all the business community, to practice the highest ethical standards, when it comes to market-pricing, especially on necessary items, at this time.

9th March 2020

During a meeting with the Prime Minister this morning, The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry voiced the concerns on behalf of Malta’s business community on a number of issues relating to the COVID-19 situation currently unfolding.

6th March 2020

'We are here to find the suitable partnerships for our members with different companies that can either work in Ghana or Ghanaian companies setting up in Malta.'

6th March 2020

Now is the time to prepare for COVID-19. Simple precautions and planning can make a big difference. Action now will help protect your employees and your business.

6th March 2020

All members are encouraged to be present and to be part of the exciting developments which will be announced during the meeting.

5th March 2020

“We must ensure, that companies are able to weather the storm and ensure they are ‘fighting fit’, when the worst is over.”

4th March 2020

Applications are invited from businesswomen who, with their foresight, creativity, and talent, have opened the path for other women in the country to take on the enduring female-entrepreneurial spirit.

3rd March 2020

"It is amply evident to all that the current laws, regulations, and systems in place together with the supporting enforcement (or lack of it) are seriously falling short from ascertaining the safety of residents, third-party properties and the peace of mind of our people"

3rd March 2020

maltachamber.org.mt, provides, the highlights of the vision itself and the principles that underpin this plan for growth.

2nd March 2020

The employer bodies called for unity of purpose among social partners, and stressed that there should be no room for controversies and confrontation.

28th February 2020

Business needs clarity and so do employees.

25th February 2020

The Malta Chamber insists with Health Authorities to mobilise the necessary number of doctors and medics at the ports to screen crew members before discharge of cargo.

21st February 2020

Chamber President Perit David Xuereb underlined the importance of the Tourism sector at the Chamber.

21st February 2020

The European Commission Strategy addressed key issues around dissemination, skills and reveal a coherent approach to strengthening the EU’s position on future key technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI).

21st February 2020

"It is key to urgently set Europe on its path to become fit to compete in the digital age", said BusinessEurope Director General Markus J. Beyrer.

21st February 2020

This workshop was the first of a set of planned actions by the Business Energy Cluster aimed at supporting companies to identify, plan and implement energy efficiency projects.

21st February 2020

Of particular interest to Chamber members is the setting of onerous and unnecessary requirements on haulage companies by the Package to bring their trucks back to base every eight weeks

19th February 2020

Setting the pathway for Malta’s future Economic Growth and Social Wealth