Prime Minister Robert Abela launched the public consultation document which outlines Malta’s economic vision for the next decade, ranging from 2021 to 2031. The Prime Minister highlighted how Malta’s employment and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) shot back up to pre-pandemic levels, despite all the challenges which the country faced due to the outbreak. With almost 5000 new businesses set up in 2020, Abela stated that the past decade bridged the gap between Malta and the EU.
The next ten years will ‘see [Malta] become a centre of excellence’, stated Abela. Five pillars were established for the economic vision; sustainable economic growth; infrastructure; education; good governance and; the environment, which Abela labelled as the most important pillar. With radical transformations into training and education, good governance and large investments, Abela repeated how Malta has to strive to be the best in the world.
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