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EQUALITY FROM THE HEART WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 22 OCTOBER 2023 • ISSUE 1251 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY GasanZammit Motors Ltd., Triq il-Merghat, Zone 1, Central Business District, Birkirkara CBD 1020 Tel: 27788225 email: | The Volvo XC60 Study shows that Qormi, Birkirkara and Msida face highest flooding risk PAGES 14 - 15 How pimps in Malta are luring young women into prostitution and sex trafficking PAGES 8 - 9 Flooding Lover boy 'Empowering' KURT SANSONE MALTA has informed the Eu- ropean Commission it will delay the introduction of a 15% min- imum corporate tax rate by six years, MaltaToday has learnt. Malta is one of five EU mem- ber states that are availing them- selves of the option to delay the new rules for large companies. EU member states are obliged over the next two years to intro- duce a minimum effective tax rate of 15% for companies with an annual group turnover of €750 million. The new global rules set by the OECD, an international organi- sation, will be adopted EU-wide by 2025 but the implementation process starts next year. Howev- er, member states were given the option to delay introducing the top up taxation rate by six years. maltatoday PAGE 5 PAGES 2 - 3 An artist's impression of how the Maghtab incinerator will look Malta to delay new minimum company tax rules by six years Maghtab incinerator tender winner has ties with oil scandal bribe master KURT SANSONE THE Maltese partner in the con- sortium awarded the multi-mil- lion euro Magħtab incinerator tender has ties with 2013 oil scandal kingpin George Farru- gia, MaltaToday can reveal. Bonnici Brothers Ltd, a Mal- tese construction firm, is the sole shareholder in an energy compa- ny run by Farrugia. Eyebrows raised over George Farrugia's involvement in energy company owned by Bonnici Brothers Gaza massacred by Israel with Europe's complicity, NGO says PAGE 4 Photo: Moviment Graffitti Parliamentary secretary Alison Zerafa Civelli on 16-year-olds becoming mayors INTERVIEW MT2 €1.95

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