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€1.50 CONTINUES ON PAGE 5 PAGES 10 & 11 eCabs primed for internationalisation by June 2023 Magistrate accuses prosecutors of 'undermining judicial process' ECABS, Malta's very own and only flag bearing ride-hailing platform powered by its proprietary technology and inno- vation powerhouse Cuorium Technolo- gies, expects to reach its first landmark milestone in its internationalisation ef- forts by June 2023. With consistent investment in tech- nology talent and an unwavering re- solve to expand in major EU cities, eCabs is now yielding the goals that could elevate Malta's corporate and technology credentials on an interna- tional scale. STAR PERFORMER MSE FTSE 100 EUR EXCHANGE RATES Trading Date: 02 Nov 2022 Number of Trades: 83 Turnover: € 1,616,973.58 MSE TRX Index: 7,604.70 Change: -1.067% Name: 3.85% HLF UNSEC MT0001891200 – Currency € Last Traded: 2 Nov 2022 Price 98.000 Change +3.000 US Dollar 0.9864 British Pound: 0.8610 Japanese Yen: 145.0940 Australian Dollar: 1.5396 Swiss Franc: 0.9857 7,144.14 −42.02 7,205.07/ 7,130.50 Value Net variation High / Low -0.58% MATTHEW AGIUS WEDNESDAY was Groundhog day in court, as the money laundering case against Pilatus Bank and its MLRO continued with another short sitting – the latest in a string of at least three where the prosecution failed to bring enough witnesses to fill the allotted time. Yesterday's summonsed witnesses only confirmed documents that were already in the court's possession, having been gathered during the magisterial inquiry. As has happened in every recent sitting in this case, the prosecuting lawyers from the Office of the At- torney General once again earned themselves a rebuke from the court because only three witnesses, of little to no import, had been called to tes- tify, despite the court having allocat- ed two hours for the prosecution to exhibit all of its remaining evidence. PILATUS BANK

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