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Talk to us | 2131 2020 | All loans are subject to normal bank lending criteria, credit approval by the Bank and a credit agreement. Further terms and conditions are available from Issued by Bank of Valletta p.l.c., 58, Triq San Żakkarija, Il-Belt Valletta VLT 1130. Bank of Valletta p.l.c. is a public limited company regulated by the MFSA and is licensed to carry out the business of banking in terms of the Banking Act (Cap. 371 of the Laws of Malta). KEEP YOUR BUSINESS STRONG FINANCING FOR BUSINESS BOV MDB COVID-19 ASSIST €1.50 THURSDAY 14 MAY 2020 • ISSUE 58 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT MASSIMO COSTA THE marked shift by a significant por- tion of Swedish players towards the ille- gal gambling market will have negative ripple effects on Malta's own gaming sector, the head of Malta's association of iGaming companies has warned. Because the majority of licensed gam- bling operators are based in Malta, the increased move towards unlicensed oper- ators in Sweden will impact the revenue of gaming firms on the island, iGen chairman Enrico Bradamante told BusinessToday. PAGE 3 PAGE 5 PAGES 6 & 7 Editorial PAGE 9 DISRUPTION MUST BE HARNESSED: A FUTURE FOR TELEWORKING Sweden's illegal gambling scene could impact revenue of Maltese operators The digital transformation of cultural activities 'Covid-19 could be ideal opportunity for bold decisions about Air Malta' THE Malta Chamber of SMEs yesterday welcomed the possi- bility of re-opening previously restricted economic activities, but said it was clear that this had resulted in very little econom- ic movement and sales for the shops. e economic activity will not be restored on its own, even if businesses are allowed to open. PAGE 4 SMEs Chamber presents government with proposals to reignite the economy GAMING INDUSTRY INSIDER'S STARK WARNING

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