Research & Innovation grant scheme launched; benefit from up to €120,000
09 April 2021
The Energy and Water Agency has launched the 2021 Call for Proposals for R&I Projects in...
GRTU President and Director General have last week participated in this Forum representing both the GRTU and Malta. The aim of this Forum is to strengthen the economic relations with the involved Mediterranean countries, to further the opportunities of collaboration and investment opportunities for Italian companies. Organising the event were il Ministero degli Affari Esteri, il Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico, la Confindustria, l'Istituto Nazzionale per il Commercio Estero and l'Associazione Bancaria Italiana. With the help of the organisers the Government made a tremendous effort to build the idea of Rome as capitale del Mediterraneo. This is the second meeting that was held and participants were of high level delegations from Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Palestinian Territories, Gordon, Lebanon, Cyprus, Turkey and Israel.
Vincent Farrugia –
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