Chamber appeals to govt to avoid creating uncertainty

The Malta Chamber reiterates offer to provide constructive and objective support

Valletta empty due to coronavirus
Miguela Xuereb

On behalf of the majority of Malta’s employers, The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry has reiterated its offer to provide support to the government to avoid misunderstandings and uncertainty during these challenging times.

In a statement issued on Saturday, the Chamber said that the changes to the measures announced by the government and health authorities have created unnecessary uncertainty and the Chamber believes that consultation with all relevant parties involved, prior to decision making, can save time, remove confusion and avoid frustration.

The Chamber referring to the conflicting statements made by Health Minister Chris Fearne and Prime Minister Robert Abela.

The Malta Chamber said it has received hundreds of communications from the business community as many are concerned and are asking for clarity on what was being communicated by the Government.

Such instances are not only harming businesses but are also bringing about an unnecessary level of uncertainty we could all do without as a country, said the Malta Chamber of Commerce.

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