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EXPLORE THE STORIES BEHIND EU INVESTMENT EU INVEST | #investEU ĊIRKEWWA FERRY TERMINAL JEREMIE FLOOD RELIEF PROJECT EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAMME ONCOLOGY CENTRE MATER DEI HOSPITAL GOZO WASTE TREATMENT & TRANSFER FACILITY MALTA SOUTH SEWAGE TREATMENT INFRASTRUCTURE PROMOTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES SCIENCE CENTRE ESPLORA INTERACTIVE €1.50 PAGE 6 PAGE 15 NAO says ministry failed to ensure value for money in prison IT network contract Swiss court sets out rules for dealing with countries chasing tax cheats THURSDAY 5 DECEMBER 2019 • ISSUE 37 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT Valletta businesses lament worst-ever Black Friday MASSIMO COSTA VALLETTA'S commercial outlets have taken a major hit due to the ongoing protests amid the current political upheaval, with shoppers preferring to take their business to other localities. Feedback from shops owners received by the GRTU painted a bleak picture of sales performances in the capital on Black Friday, with many saying it was the worst such period to date. "As expected, the current political situation led to consumers avoiding Valletta and choosing other localities as an alternative," GRTU CEO Abigail Mamo said. e negative effects were not only felt by retail outlets, with the operator of a popular bar in Valletta telling Busi- nessToday that the drop in customers last week had been unprecedented. PAGE 3 Chamber of Commerce urges PM to do 'the honourable thing' PAGE 3 Prime Minister, do not commit 'countrycide' - Editorial PAGE 9 People have avoided Valletta as the political turmoil unfolds

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