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€1.50 THURSDAY 3 JUNE 2021 • ISSUE 110 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT PAGE 5 PAGE 7 PAGE 3 Editorial PAGE 9 MALTA MUST ACCEPT COVID CERTIFICATES Europe strikes deal on corporate tax transparency for multinationals PAUL COCKS MALTA is still in talks with a number of countries on mutual recognition of national COVID vaccine certificates, tourism minister Clayton Bartolo told BusinessToday. Malta officially re-opened its doors to tourism on Tuesday, with plans to launch marketing campaigns to attract tourists to our shores over summer. But the country's failure thus far to of- ficially recognise other countries' COV- ID vaccine certificates could see poten- tial tourists bypassing Malta in favour of other destinations. Malta still has no bilateral agreements on COVID-19 vaccination certificates Non-EU remote workers can get one-year residence under new €300 'nomad permit' Clayton Bartolo

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