The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry is deeply concerned with developments taking place in Libya and is calling for the setting up of a task force to ensure the country is on the ball in the situation.
The task force must include the main stakeholders involved including key Ministries, authorities, Malta International Airport, Air Malta and other international transport providers. The aim of the task force must be to co-ordinate efforts, opinions and resources to protect the interest of business and minimise the impact of these momentous developments on our economy. The task force would support government’s efforts and ensure better communication with the people and companies directly affected.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Finance, the Economy and Investment and Malta Enterprise have since yesterday mobilised their resources in an outreach initiative to companies who do business in Libya in order to take stock of the situation and provide their assistance on commercial, trade and investments.
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