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€1.50 PAGE 14 INTERVIEW PAGES 10 & 11 What early US presidential polls tell us about the 2020 race MFSA CEO on the challenges ahead for the financial regulator PAGE 3 PAGE 7 THURSDAY 22 AUGUST 2019 • ISSUE 22 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT Government to issue details about post- Brexit plan once situation less fluid MASSIMO COSTA THE likely outcome of Italy's current political crisis is the formation of a new coalition government between the Five Star Movement (M5S) and the Democratic Party (PD), econo- mist Lawrence Zammit said. Commenting on this week's polit- ical developments in Italy, the for- mer Air Malta and Malta Enterprise chairman, told Business Today that there would probably not be any ma- jor changes with regards to Italian migration policy once a new gov- ernment is established, although the stand-off between Matteo Salvini and humanitarian NGOs might come to a halt. Italy 'unlikely' to change migration policy even with new government Economist Lawrence Zammit says coalition between Five Star Movement and Democratic Party most likely outcome for Italy Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (centre) is embraced by Luigi Di Maio after announcing his resignation and blaming the Lega's Matteo Salvini (left) for the coalition's demise

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