Minister for the Economy, Enterprise and Strategic Projects, Silvio Schembri inaugurated the 65th edition of the Malta Trade Fair.

Throughout the years the Malta Trade Fair evolved to reflect the needs and wants of the consumers, including changes in the products presented during the event.

It will take place between Thursday 27th June until Sunday 7th July at the MFCC Ta’ Qali.

During the fair, potential customers meet directly with different exhibitors (companies) under one roof and benefit from special discounts.

Exhibitors come from different industries including interiors, fashion and design, cars and water sports.

In addition, other service providers such as insurance, travel and construction companies will also be present at the Malta Trade Fair.

Minister Schembri encouraged participating exhibitors to take advantage of this occasion to network with other companies in order to expand opportunities.

“The trade fair is a clear example of the diversification found in our economy and it is this diversification that makes us resilient,” he concluded.

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Department of Information / Pierre Sammut

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