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The GRTU – Association of Retailers & Traders today announced that tomorrow (Friday) they will be filing a Judicial Letter against the Minister of Health, calling on him to adjust the smoking in public places regulations or face legal action.

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1. Kull gimgha, kwazi kuljum, johorgu regolamenti godda minn Dipartiment, Awtorita jew entita pubblika ohra li jolqtu sidien differenti ta’ negozji zghar. Illum regolamenti li jolqtu lil bars, snack bars u restoranti, l-bierah regolamenti li jolqtu lill-istabilimenti kummercjali kollha, ftit qabel regolamenti li jolqtu lill-kuntratturi, regolamenti li jolqtu lill-importaturi, regolamenti li jolqtu lil min jghati s-servizzi, standards godda, proceduri godda, regolamenti godda dwar inpjiegi, hlasijiet, sahha, ambjent, kollox ghal wicc sid l-intrapriza.

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GRTU has conducted again its first of its two yearly surveys among the trade fair exhibitors, which are mainly represented by the organisation. The survey focused on the first week of Trade Fair operations. Businesses were asked to comment on their overall performance, opinions and expectations.

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Mr. Joe Tabone, Senior Vice-President of GRTU, Malta Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises has been elected Chairman of the Users’ Committee representing the users of the Malta Environement and Planning Authority.

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GRTU is extremely concerned that a new proposed Eco-Tax will hit directly the Small and Medium Enterprises. GRTU emphatically states that it is not in favour of a new tax. Existing tax systems are a heavy burden on small enterprises. In the past little, if any, thought was given to the impact on small business when most of the fiscal measures in action today where drafted. The sum total of all this is that small businesses in trading, wholesaling, distributive traders and retailers cannot take on any additional burden.

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