The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry will in the coming days be presenting political parties in Malta with its concrete policy proposals being made in the run-up to the upcoming General Election of 3rd June.
The document titled “Policy Proposals for a Competitiveness-centred Electoral Manifesto” analyses 11 aspects of life in Malta and provides researched opinions on each.
Furthermore, the document which was compiled by the Policy Unit and approved by Council within the Malta Chamber makes a series of specific recommendations for the improvement of each.
The document is being submitted to the Political Parties in line with its mission to represent the business sector. The Malta Chamber, in fact strives to achieve the right environment for growth while remaining mindful of the importance of the right socio-economic balance which breeds confidence and stability in the country.
Seeking to maintain this delicate balance, the document tackles sensitives issues such as good governance, the Economy and public finances, human resources, research and development, access to finance, transport, energy, sustainable development and the environment, reductions in administrative burdens as well as the justice and rent reforms.
Ultimately the proposals are aimed at generating the growth and prosperity that our people so rightly deserve.