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€1.50 PAGE 8 PAGE 5 5 takeaways as Biden takes command of Democratic race on Super Tuesday II Simon Vaughan Johnson to succeed Andrew Beane as HSBC Malta CEO THURSDAY 12 MARCH 2020 • ISSUE 49 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT MASSIMO COSTA THE government is currently in discussion on possible measures to help businesses suffering from the coronavirus' impact on the econo- my, BusinessToday has learned. Finance minister Edward Sci- cluna told this newspaper that his ministry was evaluating the likely economic impact of the virus on each sector of Malta's economy, and was in discussions with Malta Enterprise, other business repre- sentatives and the banks to learn of the particular needs of industry in the current difficult situation brought on by the spread of Cov- id-19. PAGE 3 Coronavirus Mandatory quarantine introduced against €1,000 fine, travel ban extended PAGE 2 Editorial PAGE 9 MITIGATION MEASURES NEEDED TO SOFTEN CORONAVIRUS BLOW Coronavirus Government mulling aid for businesses amid economic impact Edward Scicluna

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