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Economy Minister Hon Chris Cardona launched the Malta SME Week 2015 programme. SME Week is celebrated across the EU and this is of particular relevance to Malta where SMEs, micro-businesses and the self-employed dominantly make up our economy. Minister Cardona explained that this year’s theme is Digitising the Economy.

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The MEUSAC Core Group was this morning presented with the European Commission’s new strategy on better regulation aimed at reviewing the approach adopted by EU legislation and regulations in a bid to shift towards more practical and efficient ends. Regulation needs to be appropriate whilst standards and principles maintained through a balanced approach.

The new Juncker Commission is committed to ensure that the EU, its institutions, and its body of law serve the citizens and businesses and this

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A consultation meeting was organised by NCFHE on the 22ndSeptember regarding work-based learning and how to get such learning accredited.

There are many education and training courses which include a component of Work-based learning therefore NCFHE are finding ways to creating a set standard for such learning to get such teachings accredited. Work-based Learning refers to organised learning that takes place in workplaces. There 

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All formalities are now in place for WEEE Malta to join the WEEE FORUM as a fully accredited member as of October 2015. WEEE Malta membership will be formally sealed in October 2015 when the WEEE FORUM meets for its coming General Assembly.

The WEEE Forum –WEEE stands for ‘waste electrical and electronic equipment’–is a not-for-profit association of 32 WEEE producer responsibility 

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This year’s World Tourism Day Theme is "One Billion Tourists, One Billion Opportunities". GRTU is a great believer that tourism creates opportunities not just for the traditional tourism dependent sectors but for businesses in general. This has never been more pronounced than in the last years.

Today’s typical tourist no longer resides in a hotel and goes out only on excursions or to eat at a restaurant. Many tourists today stay in alternative types of accommodation, rent cars to go around the island and make their own visiting plans at their own pace. They buy food and nibbles from grocers and supermarkets to eat on the way to their destination and enjoy that odd relaxing eat in after a day of running around.

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