Malta Chamber of SMEs participates during SMILES final conference
17 September 2021
The final conference gives important recommendations for the future of EU Semester from SMEs’ perspective...
In view that the EU is currently
considering whether or not to commence FTA negotiations with Japan, the
Economic Policy Department would like to have views from the private sector on
the possible negotiations of an agreement.
They would appreciate to be informed
whether there are any specific concerns or sensitivities for Maltese economic
and industrial sectors, in particular in relation to offensive and defensive interests
by 4 October 2012.
More specifically, there may be
concerns in relation to exports of tuna, electronics, the import of cars and
the industry involved in car parts, medical devices, pharmaceuticals and
non-tariff barriers in relation thereto.
Contact Abigail Mamo @ GRTU for more
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