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Exhibitors at the International Trade Fair, which closed last weekend, reported bad sales all around.

These reports ranged from the car importers to the white goods exhibitors.

GRTU has conducted its second survey among the trade fair exhibitors, which are mainly represented by the organisation. The survey focused on the general outcome of trade fair operations. Businesses were asked to comment on their overall performance and opinions.

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As the parliamentary discussion on the bill introducing the eco-contribution (also known by those opposed to it as eco-tax) enters its final two days, government and its partners at the Malta Council for Economic and Social Development find themselves at logger-heads.

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GRTU – Malta Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises expresses its great concern at the outcome of the case Cassano vs Calamatta and the conclusions reached so far through the sentence of Judge Dr. Tonio Mallia on 7th August, 2004.

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The current hot issue revolving around the introduction of the eco tax was high on the agenda of both the government and the social partners yesterday.

While Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi was meeting with Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises (GRTU) director-general Vince Farrugia, representatives of the social partners were discussing the issue in a meeting at the Radisson in St Julian's.

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Il-Kunsill Ezekuttiv tal-GRTU illum iddecieda li jghati parir lil membri u negozjanti ohra li ser ikunu milquta bl-Eco-Tax biex hekk kif tidhol fis-sehh il-ligi huma jlaqqghu lil impjegati taghhom kollha u javzawhom li huma ma jistghux aktar jiggarantixxu l-impjieg taghhom.

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