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Perit David Xuereb - 2 years as President of The Malta Chamber 

24th March 2021

Perit Xuereb explained how during the past months, The Malta Chamber had been actively present within the public sphere to address the issues that truly mattered

Marking his two years at the helm of The Malta Chamber, President, Perit David Xuereb, was interviewed this morning on TVAM to discuss the journey that the foremost business representative organisation has been on during the past 24 months.

“Looking back at the past two years, The Malta Chamber of Commerce revitalised and improved its operational structures, both internally and externally, to strengthen its position as Malta’s foremost voice of business. I am truly humbled to have been entrusted with this responsibility to lead Malta’s leading business representative body, as we embarked on a number of ambitious projects. We did not limit ourselves to enhancing our value proposition for our members, but more importantly, through the engagement of our same members, we are the true thought leaders that are able to direct and drive national agendas and tangibly contribute towards sustainable economic development and our nation’s quality of life” noted Perit Xuereb.

Perit Xuereb explained how during the past months, The Malta Chamber had been actively present within the public sphere to address the issues that truly mattered to make an impact in Malta’s economy especially during these unprecedented times. “Good governance measures, climate change, the gap between our education systems and industry talent needs, gender equality especially at the workplace, and, most notably, all measures to address the influence of COVID on our lives and livelihoods, have all been addressed and engagement remains active to ensure that well-researched proposals are formulated for the benefit of the greater good,” stated The Chamber President.

“Looking forward, The Malta Chamber will remain objective, apolitical and proactive as ever before, to ensure that with the recommendations that are made are tangible and impactful, while relevant to our aligned national ambition of a smart and sustainable future for Malta and Gozo alike”, concluded Perit Xuereb.


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Perit David Xuereb - 2 years as President of The Malta Chamber