Fabian Demicoli

Malta Chamber of SMEs participates in an online conference organised by the European Investment Bank (EIB) together with the Central Bank of Malta

President Paul Abela participated on behalf of the Malta Chamber of SMEs

The Malta Chamber of SMEs participated in an online conference organised by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Central Bank of Malta entitled investment needs and priorities for Malta in the post COVID-19 era, digitalisation and climate change.

This high level online conference  brought together a group of economists, policymakers, as well as representatives from financial institutions and the business community.

Mr Paul Abela, President of the Malta Chamber of SMEs participated during a high-level panel discussion on investment finance and business transformation during the pandemic and beyond will close the event.

During the conference, the 2020 EIB Investment Survey was presented, followed by a presentation by the Central Bank of Malta on the country’s economic situation.

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