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The issue of unfair competition created by operators that import products and give their services from Sicily to Malta has been going on for almost 10 years. The situation worsened a couple of years ago, an indirect cause of the economic crises, where an unprecedented number of Sicilian economic 

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The Valletta shop scheme launched in 2015 has come to an end earlier this month with over 100 applications submitted by operators of Government owned shops in Valletta.
 
Was the Scheme a success or not?

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GRTU Malta Chamber of SMEs has long called for better regulation of casual work particularly within the context of migrant workers occupying a particular and useful role within our labour market but which does not benefit correctly both to lawful economic operators as well as other law-abiding employee counterparts.
 

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L-GRTU dejjem poġġiet bħala prijorita’ fuq il-programm tagħha l-iżvilupp tal-lokalitajiet bħala fonti ta’ ħolqien ta’ impjieg u avvanz ta’ attivita’ ekonomika. Il-GRTU qiegħda taħdem kontinwament mall-Malta Tourism Authority, Transport Malta, Kunsilli Lokali u s-sidien tal-intrapriżi fil-lokalitajiet bil-ghan li jinħolqu attrazzjonijiet ġodda sabiex niġbdu aktar xogħol lejn il-lokalitajiet.

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GRTU has recently embarked on a joint pilot project with MCAST to raise the level of Entrepreneurship in accross the board within the project.
 
In November, GRTU launched the campaign ‘Be your own Boss’ an outreach exercise that targeted MCAST students. As part of this activity GRTU invited various representatives from the business community to exchange their views and experience with the students. The aim of this action is to highlight the skills and capabilities needed to successful establish and operate
a business.

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