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€1.50 Government's one share - and veto - in Malta Air guarantees Ryanair's commitment to Malta PAGE 4 INTERVIEW PAGES 10 & 11 MASSIMO COSTA e Maltese government fought hard to convince Rya- nair's Michael O'Leary to give it a share - with veto rights - in Malta Air, Ryanair's new Malta subsidiary. In an interview to air on dis- cussion programme Xtra to- night, Tourism minister Kon- rad Mizzi confi rmed that the vero right that came with the one share the government was granted was crucial to ensure Ryanair did not leave Malta anytime soon. Mizzi also rebutted claims that the new airline would ruin Air Malta, the national airline, citing the growth of AerLingus following the setting up of Ry- anair, as proof. Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa named 'Malta's Leading Hotel' APS Bank CEO on the challenges posed by changes in the local banking landscape PAGE 3 PAGE 5 THURSDAY 13 JUNE 2019 • ISSUE 12 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT Malta tops EU fixed broadband services index

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