Let's Talk Business

3rd January 2020

A unique opportunity to meet and talk shop with Labour Party leadership candidates Chris Fearne and Robert Abela

With the festive season behind us, it is now time to focus on getting back on track, and at the top of the country's agenda is undoubtedly the choice of its new Prime Minister. 

Just a few days away from this most important election, the Malta Chamber has secured the participation of the Hon Dr Chris Fearne and the Hon Dr Robert Abela, candidates for Leadership of the Labour Party, for a question and answer session with Chamber members on Friday 10th January at 10:00 am.

A lot has already been said, however during this event we shall be focusing on the bread and butter issues of business.  The exclusive event is a unique opportunity to meet the candidates who are vying for the country's foremost leadership role, and discuss their economic policy plans.

Moderator Mr Mario Xuereb will be asking the important questions about their plans to sustain the country's competitiveness, attractiveness to investment and business confidence. Attending parties will also have the opportunity to ask their questions to the candidates directly.

The event is exclusively open to members of the Malta Chamber. Interested parties are encouraged to become members and take this unique opportunity.

Book your place for the event by sending an email to roberta.pisani@maltachamber.org.mt 

10th January 2020

Addressing Malta Chamber members, Labour Party leadership hopeful Mr Chris Fearne said that his main aim was to see the country in a better position across the board as he believed that Malta had the potential to move forward, for the benefit of present and future generations.

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18th December 2019

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14th December 2019

"The Chamber holds strongly that it was crime not business that led the country to its present predicament. The business community and its employees will however bear the huge cost of abusive behaviour of some in the years to come"