According to Finance Minister Clyde Caruana
This means that the rate of infaltion went up from 0.18% when compared to the rate registered in September 2020.
Total tourist expenditure was estimated at €39.8 million, a decrease of 84.5% over the corresponding month in 2019.
Data shows that for the month under review, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for males was 3.8% while the rate for females stood at 4.4%
68% of respondents are in favour of smoking bans/restrictions on beaches, according to an infographic published by the National Statistics Office (NSO).
The National Statistics Office said that the Government's Consolidated Fund reported a deficit of €1,051.8 million or €1.051 billion between January and July 2020. The increase resulted mainly from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic which led to an increase in government's expenditure and less revenues.