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Ladies and Gentlemen,
First of all, I wish to say that I am very honoured to have been invited today to address the GRTU conference in Malta and also to take part in the debate concerning the accession of Malta to the EU

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During my intervention at the national conference held at the Radisson Hotel this week on the theme "A proposed strategy to maximise Malta's competitive potential," I expressed my objections to the conclusions of the position paper by the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) on Key Issues Facing the Tourism Industry.

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GRTU - Association of General Retailers and Traders is Malta's largest private sector organisation. We represent owner-managed enterprises operating in various economic sectors: retailers, importers, traders of all genre, distributors, service providers, fuel distributors, petrol station owners, gas distributors, construction contractors, self-employed, service suppliers, repairers of all genre, VRT stations, catering establishments, night clubs, bars, restaurant, places of entertainment, cargo hauliers, craft shops, garages and various independent tourism handlers. We also represent fish resellers and vegetable and fruit importers and resellers. Effectively we represent the people whose living depend on their own ability to produce a good or a service, sell or resell, and make profit. More than a third of Malta's gainfully occupied population is engaged in the sector represented by GRTU. GRTU represents this sector at the highest level of the consultative process. We are members of the Malta Council for Economic and Social Development and GRTU is also represented on a wide cross section of consultative Boards at sectoral level. At European level we participate in EuroCommerce, the European Federation of National Traders and Retailers Association, in EUAPME, the European Union Federation of National Organisations representing small enterprises, and Confiad, the International Federation of Customs Agents and Hauliers.

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Nghid mill-ewwel li ghalkemm gejt mitlub li nipprezenta d-dokument ‘Thinking Small in an Enlarging Europe’ dan ghandu x’jaqsam aktar mall-fatt li jien u l-organnizazzjoni li nirraprezenta’ nemmnu bis-shih fil-messagg aktar milli ahna konvinti mill-kontenut tad-dokument.

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Hon. Minister,

We are in receipt of your letter dated 9 December 2003.

At a meeting held today jointly between the Executive Council of the Malta Chamber of Pharmacists and the GRTU Pharmacy Owners Section we have unanimously approved the attached amendments to the proposed draft Pharmacy Licensing Regulations – Medicines Act 2003 as appearing in the Government Gazette of the 21 November 2003.

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