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SCOOTER 001 SHARING THE PRESENT, SO WE CAN BUILD A BETTER FUTURE. One app. Over 450 shared vehicles. Pay per minute, per hour or per day. * Rate per minute for Scooter trips on the GoTo Business Plan. Terms and Conditions apply. €1.50 PAGE 3 PAGES 10 & 11 Malta a leading brain business centre of Southern Europe - report Bitter exchanges and incriminating evidence rock Trump's impeachment trial THURSDAY 23 JANUARY 2020 • ISSUE 42 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT MASSIMO COSTA SHOPS in Malta's capital will soon remain open till 10pm for one day a week, allowing them to benefit from the business of late-night shoppers. e move, which is expected to be announced soon, aims to boost retail trade in Valletta, which has suffered due to competition from shopping outlets in other localities in Malta. Valletta mayor Alfred Zammit, speaking during a press conference on Wednesday after Prime Minister Robert Abela visited various shops along Republic Street, said that while restaurants in the capital had seen a strong increase in business in recent years, retail outlets still lagged behind. PAGE 3 'Suicidal' to bin favourable tax rate for foreign companies - Robert Abela PAGE 2 Momentum of change must not slow down Editorial PAGE 9 Late-night shopping coming to Valletta

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