The MHRA (Malta Hotels & Restaurants Association) has decided to continue strengthening its restaurant section by forming a sub-committee made up solely of restaurateurs from various localities.
This sub-committee will deal exclusively with matters relating to the restaurant trade and will tackle important issues affecting this sector. On its agenda it has the upgrading of tourist areas, the monitoring of this same sector through the collection of data and statistics, as well as discussing with the Government on how regulations affecting this sector are applied.
The Sub-Committee members are:
Chairman – Alexander Bonello
Vice-Chairman – Noel Debono
Matthew Pace (obo Marsascala Shop Owners Association)
The MHRA has been established since 1958 and today represents 70% of all hotels in Malta and 35% of all restaurants, collectively representing an investment of over Euros 1.1 billion and employing in excess of 20,000 people. For the past 50 years the MHRA has represented the interest of hoteliers and restaurateurs on the Island acting as a lobby group to ensure that the policy decisions taken on the Island are in line with what the tourism industry needs to flourish.
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