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Watch: 10-year economic vision up for public consultation
Watch: 10-year economic vision up for public consultation

Watch: 10-year economic vision up for public consultation

The Government has launched the consultation process of Malta’s Economic Vision 2021-2031. This vision focuses on innovation and creativity, the use of digital media for productivity and competitiveness, converting education through skills development with sectoral employment, considerations of environmental issues, and the continued strengthening

Economic Vision for Malta 2021-2031 for national consultation

Economic Vision for Malta 2021-2031 for national consultation

Prime Minister Robert Abela and Minister Silvio Schembri affirm that now is the time to work together for a prosperous economy for all Five economic pillars which showcase a nation’s courage, compassion, and achievements and lead to discussions with society and business for the next decade Today, the Government launched the consultation process of

‘The next decade will see Malta become a centre of excellence’, PM says in launch of economic vision

‘The next decade will see Malta become a centre of excellence’, PM says in launch of economic vision

With the country now having bridged the gap to the EU, the next decade will see Malta becoming a “centre of excellence”, Prime Minister Robert Abela said at the launch of a public consultation document on Malta’s economic vision for the coming 10 years. Speaking at the launch event on Thursday, Abela said that Malta’s economic performance in the pandemic

Malta aims to be 'best in the world', PM says, launching 10-year economic vision

Malta aims to be 'best in the world', PM says, launching 10-year economic vision

Malta must strive to be the "best in the world" in the next decade, Prime Minister Robert Abela said as he launched the public consultation document outlining Malta’s economic vision for 2021-2031. Speaking at the launch event on Thursday, Abela said that despite the challenges the country faced because of COVID-19, Malta's employment and Gross Domestic