Malta Chamber of SMEs meets Parliamentary Secretary to discuss the latest updates about BREXIT
04 December 2020
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GRTU is not
prepared to accept this economic nonsense. Encouraging local production to gear
itself to higher quality in search of niche markets in the enlarged European
market is one thing. Imposing controls on products originating in other European
Union member states to keep artificially high prices in Malta for inferior
products is a completely different and absolutely unacceptable thing. Asking
Traders to identify their sources of supply is unacceptable too Price control is
also a dead letter.
The Ministry of Rural Affairs is overstepping the
acceptable norms of free trade as practised within the EU internal market. GRTU
has already protested with the EU Commission and we are using our membership in
EuroCommerce and in UEAPME to cause the EU Commission to watch closely what is
happening in Malta.
Thus the GRTU is prepared to give its members
directives to challenge the newly emerging ugly face of
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