The Malta Chamber CEO Dr Marthese Portelli appealed to the newly elected Cabinet members to commit to and take bold decisions required in the national interest and that go beyond partisan interests – the country must step up. The statement took place during an exclusive meeting held at The Malta Chamber with several newly elected Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries.
During her presentation, Dr Portelli outlined The Malta Chamber’s priorities for this legislature which will continue to focus on (i) Economic Recovery, Resilience and Growth, (ii) Good Governance, (iii) Human Capital and Education, (iv) Infrastructure and Digitalisation and (v) Sustainability. She identified the 5 key drivers for implementation as follows:
• National reforms
• Ease of doing business
• Competitiveness and support incentives
• Growth sectors
The Malta Chamber CEO emphasised the importance of restoring our country’s reputation as this has a direct effect on Malta’s attractiveness and competitiveness and is a crucial requisite for ethical and forward-looking business. She also insisted on driving the country towards more investment in in quality driven sustainability and digitalisation efforts which render returns on investments.