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€1.50 THURSDAY 29 OCTOBER 2020 • ISSUE 81 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT PAUL COCKS BAR owners are incensed at what they describe as discrimination after new measures introduced earlier this week as part of the effort to curb the spread of Covid-19 will see bars and kazini shut their doors un- til the end of November. At the same time, snack bars, cafeterias, restaurants, kiosks and other dining establishments will be able to remain open under existing regulations, including so- cial distancing, group size and mask-wearing. PAGE 3 Editorial PAGE 5 A GLIMMER OF HOPE IN LIBYA 'Discriminatory' Covid-19 measures has bar owners blaming license type PAGE 2 INTERVIEW BACK PAGE Malta is Europe's sports betting capital with most online searches eCabs raises bar in passenger mobility safety While some bars and clubs are to close, snack bars and other eateries will remain open, depending on the trading license in their possession

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