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The most affordable 3 mins 4 Economy €4.00 €1.50 THURSDAY 12 MAY 2022 • ISSUE 155 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT PAGE 5 PAGE 3 After 43 years, GWU gives up shareholding in Danish Village No dividends for MIA shareholders, for second year running MDB provided financing to more than 700 companies STAR PERFORMER MSE FTSE 100 EUR EXCHANGE RATES Trading Date: 11 May 2022 Number of Trades: 69 Turnover: €729,357.66 MSE TRX Index: 7,827.572 (Change: +0.198%) Name 4% HLF 2027 MT0001891226 - Currency € Last Traded 11 May, 2022 Price 100.500 Change +0.500 US Dollar 1.0538 British Pound: 0.85447 Japanese Yen: 137.17 Australian Dollar: 1.5155 Swiss Franc: 1.0468 7,335.84 96.21 7,349.70 / 7,238.97 Value Net variation High / Low 1.28% KURT SANSONE THE General Workers' Union has sold its stake in the Mellieħa Holiday Centre for an undis- closed sum, the union said on Wednesday. "e GWU would like to inform the public that it has sold its main stake in the Mellieħa Holiday Centre (Danish Village) to the main sharehold- er," the union said, giving no more detail. e Malta Business Registry lists the GWU as the owner of a single share in Mellieħa Holiday Centre Ltd with the remaining 139 shares held by DFF Malta Holding. Each share is valued at €58,234 and the company has a share capital of more than €8 million. DFF Malta Holding is in turn made up of a Danish company that holds a majority of shares and a Spanish company based in Tenerife. e Mellieħa Holiday Centre, formerly known as the Danish Village, is a tourist resort made up of self-catering bungalows, restaurants and a supermarket. It is situated next to Għadira beach and started operating in 1979. A €9 million investment in 2019, saw the re- sort increasing the number of bungalows and carrying out a facelift of its facilities.

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