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Mata economy is dependent on foreign trade, manufacturing (especially electronics and textiles) and tourism. Malta is not blessed with natural sources or with its own sources of energy .Its major resources are limestone, a favorable geographic location, and a productive labour force. Malta produces only about 20% of its food needs, is import dependent. Currently there are several privatized state-controlled firms as well as liberalizing markets that are running their operations successfully to prepare for membership in the European Union. The major industries that contribute to Malta economy are ship building and repair, food and beverages, shoes, toys, electronics, information and communications, construction business and jewelry.

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Malta 23-Oct-2021 Malta : Press Release by the Office of the Speaker Deputy Speaker Receives the Ambassador of the Slovak Republic.
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Malta 23-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry for Equality, Research and Innovation Malta We Want for Our Children: a 40% Increase in the Financial Allocation for a More Equal and More Innovative Malta.
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Malta 23-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry of Solidarity and Social Justice, the Family and the Rights of the Child the Social Ministry With a Financial Allocation of € 1.8 Billion for the Year 2022.
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Malta 22-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry of Social Accommodation: a Collaboration Agreement Signed Between the Housing Authority and the University.
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Malta 22-Oct-2021 Malta : Press Release by the Office of the President: the President Receives Diplomatic Credentials From New Heads of Mission.
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Malta 22-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry of Education: Malta We Want for Our Children: € 800 Million Investment in Students and Educators.
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Malta 20-Oct-2021 Malta : Press Release by the Office of the President the President Inaugurates the University of Malta International Conference Entitled ‘MU?E.X - Shaping Museum Futures’.
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Malta 20-Oct-2021 Malta : Press Release by the Ministry for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning Budget 2022 Places the Environment, Climate Change, and Planning at the Forefront.
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Malta 19-Oct-2021 Malta : Press Release by the Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects a Budget Which Builds on the Vision of Malta That We Want to Leave for Our Children.
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Malta 19-Oct-2021 Malta : Press Release by the Ministry for the Economy and Industry Igaming Company Pressenter Chooses Malta as Its Headquarters From Among Other European Countries and Will Create 150 New Jobs.
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Malta 19-Oct-2021 Iraq,Malta : Ambassador Al-Suhail Meets Deputy Speaker of Parliament of the Republic of Malta.
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Malta 18-Oct-2021 Malta : Press Release by the Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects the Setting Up of Independent Authorities for the Transport Sectors Has Been Announced.
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Malta 18-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry for Gozo: Gozo Has Allocated the Largest Budget in History With € 27 Million for Capital Projects, an Increase of € 5 Million Over Last Year.
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Malta 18-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Animal Rights: Meeting of the Council of European Ministers for Agriculture in Luxembourg.
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Malta 18-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Deputy Office Prime Minister and Ministry of Health the 2022 Budget Means More Investment in Health Services.
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Malta 18-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry of Social Accommodation a Heartfelt Budget and Social Policy.
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Malta 18-Oct-2021 Malta : Statement by the Ministry of Justice and Governance: A Budget Showing That This Is a Government of Justice and the Rule of Law.
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