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€1.50 THURSDAY 10 JUNE 2021 • ISSUE 111 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT SILVIO SCHEMBRI INTERVIEW PAGE 5 PAGE 4 PAGE 3 Editorial PAGE 9 SELLING CITIZENSHIP: GOOD FAITH, FAIRNESS AND TRANSPARENCY 6,000 use Gozo Fast Ferry in first week of operations NICOLE MEILAK PRIME Minister Robert Abela has vowed to address concerns raised by the European Commission on Malta's citizenship-by-investment scheme. e European Commission yesterday said it will be taking further steps in the infringement procedures against Malta with regards to the scheme. Abela said that government will be go- ing ahead with discussions "in the spirit of dialogue", while making the legal case that citizenship falls under the compe- tence of each individual Member State, and not of the EU. Abela vows to address concerns on citizenship- by-investment scheme 'Investors will respond if the government is strong and confident' Robert Abela EUROPEAN COMMISSION THREATENS FURTHER ACTION IN INFRINGEMENT PROCEDURES

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