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New €1.50 PAGE 15 PAGE 7 INTERVIEW PAGES 10 & 11 Italy's 2020 budget cuts taxes, targets evaders EU coordinated risk assessment of 5G networks security Malta's plans for a seamless Brexit transition and its ties to the UK PAGE 3 PAGE 2 THURSDAY 17 OCTOBER 2019 • ISSUE 30 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT MASSIMO COSTA LAST-DITCH efforts to secure a Brexit agreement appear to have paid off, with the UK gov- ernment trying to iron out some outstanding issues before an EU leaders' summit today. e deal would see the crea- tion of a hard border between the island of Ireland, including both Ireland and Northern Ire- land, and the rest of the UK. Talks between the negotiating British and EU teams were still ongoing at the time of writing, with British Prime Minister Bo- ris Johnson set to once again meet Northern Ireland's Dem- ocratic Unionist Party late at night in a last-ditch attempt to secure the party's support, de- spite its concerns about having Northern Ireland treated differ- ently from the rest of the UK. Deal or no deal? Brexit: DUP final stumbling block in reaching deal US embassy offers aid to help Maltese authorities solve Caruana Galizia murder "in a credible manner" Boris Johnson

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