The Malta Chamber is calling for the current political debate to be less adversarial and more united on the topic of protecting its fiscal structures.
The Chamber raises the point in relation to the unfolding political debate in which it sees discussion about Malta’s fiscal structures becoming a ‘game of political football.’
Instead they stress that it should be a discussion educating the electorate about the progress being made with the country’s taxation and attractiveness to investors in-spite of the country’s, ‘permanent natural disadvantages such as smallness and peripherality.’
The Chamber had previously outlined its ambitions for the political campaign to be about promoting the best parts of the country and its reputation both in the European Union and globally.
They call for, ‘all MEP candidates as well as the electorate to treat this subject with the deserved caution.’