Stakeholders Meeting for Economic Vision 2020 and Beyond

8th August 2019

The new Economic Vision will serve as a follow up to the first edition ‘An Economic vision for Malta 2014-2020’, and shall once again strive to provide government with a business agenda for the country’s economy.

The CEOs that were chosen to contribute their ideas for the Chamber's Economic Vision 2020 and beyond, met this week, to discuss the progress so far.

28 of Malta’s most prominent CEOs, were welcomed by the Malta Chamber President, Perit David Xuereb, who gave an overview of the complete reconstructing process currently taking place at the Chamber. Perit Xuereb noted how the Economic Vision underlines the Chamber’s vision to be a proactive voice for business in a modern economy.

David Xuereb

CEO

Mr David Spiteri Gingell, who is compiling the document, made a presentation following a set of interviews he conducted with the CEOs previosuly, as part of the Economic Vision compilation process. The meeting was followed by a dinner at the Council Room of the Malta Chamber.

David Spiteri Gingell

The Economic Vision 2020 and Beyond is expected to be launched later on this year. This document will serve as a follow up to the first edition ‘An Economic vision for Malta 2014-2020’, and shall once again strive to provide government with a business agenda for the country’s economy.


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