A Budget that extends the safety-net for Businesses, more tax incentives should follow to enable new investments
19 October 2020
Budget 2021 The Malta Chamber of SMEs is pleased to see a number of its...
The Council adopted a regulation on the placing on the market and use of feed, following a first-reading agreement with the European Parliament. The main objective of the new regulation is to boost innovation within the feed industry and to strengthen the competitiveness of the EU livestock sector while maintaining a high level of protection for animals and European citizens. The Council adopted conclusions on areas with natural handicaps and on the quality of agricultural products. The Council also reached political agreement on a proposed regulation on the welfare of animals at the time of slaughter or killing. The Council had a policy debate on the reform of the fisheries control policy.
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