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€1.50 THURSDAY 15 OCTOBER 2020 • ISSUE 79 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT PAUL COCKS THE 2021 budget that the government will be present- ing on Monday will incentivise investment, offering grants and fiscal advantages to businesses that invest in their growth, BusinessToday has learned. Sources within the Office of the Prime Minister said that the budget will reward companies and individuals who choose to invest their money. "People and businesses have money saved up and in bank accounts," the sources said. "e buget will in- clude fiscal incentives and specific grants to incentivise growth." e aim of the budget measures is to create a stimulus for businesses and individuals to invest in new projects. PAGE 3 Editorial PAGE 7 A COVID SURGE AND THE BUDGET Budget will offer fiscal advantages and grants to incentivise investment PAGE 3 PAGE 5 Joseph Muscat ordered illegal €241,000 contract for Konrad Mizzi Standards czar says Joseph Muscat abused his powers and breached the Standards in Public Life Act Discussions on a possible reduction in VAT are still ongoing Manufacturing industry at tipping point, Chamber presents warns The budget for 2021 will be presented in Parliament on Monday

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