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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 5 PAGS 10 & 11 INTERVIEW Mapfre's revenues grow by 6.5% to 21.62 billion euros in Q1-Q3 of the year 'We remain the top brand and company on the island' THURSDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2019 • ISSUE 36 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT After week's political turmoil, flummoxed practitioners mull fighting financial crime MASSIMO COSTA THE mood amongst players in Malta's financial services indus- try was sombre as they met at a conference yesterday to discuss combatting financial crime. Participants at the conference, organised by IFS Malta, spoke amongst themselves about the recent, unprecedented devel- opments, which saw the Prime Minister's chief of staff Keith Schembri resigning and arrest- ed in connection with Daphne Caruana Galizia's assassination. Economy Minister Chris Car- dona was also questioned by po- lice and subsequently "suspend- ed" himself from his ministerial position, after Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi had also resigned. PAGE 3 Businesses react to difficult days as Malta is plunged into political crisis PAGE 2

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