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€1.50 THURSDAY 2 NOVEMBER 2023 • ISSUE 230 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT PAGE 3 PAGE 2 Miriam Dalli: €55 million for enhancing energy infrastructure in 2024 Foreign workers are key element in logistics industry KARL AZZOPARDI MINISTER Miriam Dalli said approxi- mately €55 million will be allocated to the enhancement of the nation's energy infrastructure, with 50% of the funding coming from the European Union. Questioned by the media on Wednes- day afternoon, the minister was asked to clarify the reasons behind the marginal rise in expenditure, from €14.75 million in 2023 to €14.8 million in 2024, specif- ically designated for energy distribution, as indicated in the budget estimates, de- spite the Prime Minister's promise to so- cial partners in summer. STAR PERFORMER MSE FTSE 100 EUR EXCHANGE RATES Trading Date: 1 Nov 2023 Number of Trades: 65 Turnover: € 14,095,816.28 MSE TRX Index: 7653.188 Change: -0.217% Name: 4% MIDI PLC EUR MT0000421223 - Currency € Last Traded: 1 Nov 2023 Price 99.950 Change +4.920 US Dollar 1.0522 British Pound: 0.86477 Japanese Yen: 144.59 Australian Dollar: 1.5451 Swiss Franc: 0.98700 7,613.67 78.12 7,613.39 / 7,312.00 Value Net variation High / Low +0.86% PAUL COCKS FOREIGN workers have become an es- sential element within Malta's logistics industry, with their input being crucial for its ongoing development and pros- perity. By embracing the skills and abilities they offer, addressing hurdles while advo- cating for fair and inclusive employment practices, a thriving and enduring logis- tics sector in Malta can be guaranteed. is was the key message emerging from the SME National Forum 2023, hosted by the Malta Employers Asso- ciation, which this year focused on the HR challenges of foreign workers in the logistics industry. Energy Minister Miriam Dalli

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