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€1.50 THURSDAY 21 OCTOBER 2021 • ISSUE 126 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT PAGE 4 INTERVIEW PAGE 7 PAGE 3 PAGE 2 MATTHEW VELLA ENERGY and enterprise minister Mir- iam Dalli has said Malta is expecting inflows of foreign direct investment of some €45.7 million within the next three years. Speaking on a panel at the EY Future Realised annual conference, Dalli said Malta's forecast of €45m in FDI was expected to generate at least 948 jobs up until 2024. IN September, the Central Bank of Malta's Business Conditions Index remained positive, as most macroeconomic variables continued to recover from the very low levels observed in 2020. Nevertheless, the level of aggre- gate economic activity remained below pre-pandemic levels. e European Commission's confidence survey shows that sentiment fell in September com- pared with a month earlier, but remains well above its year-ago level and its long-term average. €45m in prospected FDI over next three years AirX Charter and its reliance on GO services Business aviation matched 2019 levels in summer 2020 Central Bank of Malta's Business Conditions Index remains positive STAR PERFORMER MSE FTSE 100 € EXCHANGE RATES Trading Date: 20 Oct 2021 Number of Trades: 34 Turnover: €221,351.99 MSE TRX Index: 8,051.309 (Change: -0.287%) 4% MRK SEC BDS MR26A - Currency EUR Last Traded 20 Oct, 2021 Price 102.350 Change 1.850 US Dollar 1.1645 British Pund: 0.84258 Japanese Yen: 133.00 Australian Dollar: 1.5499 Swiss Franc: 1.0710 7,225.31 7.78 7,229.26 / 7,199.29 7,217.53 Value Net variation Previous close High / Low 0.11% Miriam Dalli Enterprise minister Miriam Dalli says Malta Enteprise prospecting total of €45m in FDI and 948 jobs up until 2024 SINCE the start of the COV- ID-19 pandemic, just two seg- ments of European aviation have managed an extended period back at 2019 levels of traffic: all-cargo and business aviation. Business aviation briefly matched 2019 volumes in summer 2020.

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