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€1.50 THURSDAY 19 JANUARY 2023 • ISSUE 189 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT PAGE 2 PAGE 5 PAGE 3 MIA's five-year investment plan will see Skyparks 2, Apron X take shape Brian Tonna, Karl Cini struck off MFSA register Joseph Portelli's CF Developers acquires Mavina Holiday Complex NICOLE MEILAK MALTA International Airport is set for a €175 million investment over the next five years, which will finally see an expansion of the arrivals terminals and the start of the Skyparks 2 project. These projects were announced back in 2015, but will start to take shape in the coming years. Alan Borg, CEO of Malta Interna- tional Airport, said that the company intends on doubling the footprint of the non-Schengen arrivals area while expanding the customs area. The immigration desk will adopt a two-stop process so that the biomet- rics and fingerprints of arrivals can be taken. "The experience of arriving passen- gers should change dramatically," he said. STAR PERFORMER MSE FTSE 100 EUR EXCHANGE RATES Trading Date: 18 Jan 2023 Number of Trades: 81 Turnover: € 1,236,332.63 MSE TRX Index: 7,461.31 Change: 7,402.65 (-0.145%) Name: 3.75% BOV UNS SUB MT0000021353 - Currency € Last Traded: 18 Jan 2023 Price 90.000 Change +7.400 US Dollar 1.0388 British Pound: 0.86477 Japanese Yen: 144.59 Australian Dollar: 1.5451 Swiss Franc: 0.98700 7,587.67 75.67 7,592.39 / 7,512.00 Value Net variation High / Low +1.01%

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