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Malta Chamber presents recommendations for Budget to Prime Minister

1st September 2020

“The Budget for 2021 is critical to ascertain the recovery of the economy, stimulate re-invention and entice re-investment”

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry presented its pre-budget recommendations to the Prime Minister on Monday.

During a meeting with the Prime Minister at Auberge de Castille, The Malta Chamber President Perit David Xuereb said that the recommendations made 11 Calls for Action with over 130 Concrete Proposals.

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“We believe the upcoming Budget for 2021, should outline one holistic national vision to achieve a Smart Sustainable Island that seeks to safeguard economic growth while enhancing the quality of life of our people” Perit Xuereb told the Prime Minister.

The Chamber President also noted how the Budget for 2021 was critical to ascertain the recovery of the economy, stimulate re-invention and entice re-investment.

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“Ultimately the implementation of such growth-enhancing measures are conducive towards the country’s sustainability goals and the physical and mental wellness of our people” Perit Xuereb concluded.

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The Chamber President was accompanied by Deputy President Marisa Xuereb, CEO Edward Chetcuti, Director General Kevin J. Borg, Head of Policy Andre’ Fenech and Policy Executive Diana Miceli.


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