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Black Friday shopping survivalfinalENGLISH:

Updates from Ms. Abigial Mamo - GRTU CEO

BEST DAY OF THE YEAR WHEN IT COMES TO SALES

"Even though the day is not over yet, from the feedback received we can safely say that today will probably be the best day of the year when it comes to sales."

"We estimate that this years' Black Fridays event will surpass that of previous years"

Sales have been good everywhere. This feedback was received from businesses of all sorts and spread amongst a number of localities around Malta and Gozo.

In the coming days, GRTU will be publishing results of a survey conducted amongst its members and would be able to give more detailed data on this years' Black Fridays event. 

 

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Black Friday 1English Version

'Ques for 10 hours, waiting for the shop to open'

adds comments from GRTU CEO Ms Abigail Mamo

"Black Friday starts with a Bang!"

"We are receiving positive feedback from all over Malta and Gozo. People started queuing very early with one individual queuing since 11:00PM yesterday evening.

"Although customers are numerous with some shops experiences ques, businesses have redeployed employees from the office to assist customers and this is easing flow."

"Although it is too early to compare this Black Friday with last years', it is already very evident that there is a positive trend" 

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CEOfinalVerżjoni bil-Malti

Nhar il-Ġimgħa, Black Friday, uħud mill-ħwienet se jiftħu mis-6 ta’ filgħodu. Mal-awtoritajiet qed nipprovaw innaqqsu l-problema tat-traffiku.” 

“Nhar il-Ġimgħa, Black Friday, se tkun kullimkien. Ċerti ħwienet se jiftħu minn meta jisbaħ u oħrajn se jestendu l-ħin tal-għeluq tagħhom saħansitra sa nofsillejl biex jilqgħu l-klijenti għall-offerti. Mill-informazzjoni li għandna mill-membri tagħna, il-konsumatur nhar il-Ġimgħa se jkollu festa ta’ xiri bi prezzijiet eċċellenti,” tgħid is-CEO tal-GRTU, Abigail Mamo.

Din il-ġurnata toffri sfidi fosthom it-trasport. Għadaqstant il-GRTU sejħet laqgħa flimkien ma’ uffiċjali ta’ Transport Malta, il-Pulizija, kif ukoll rappreżentanti taċ-ċentri ta’ xiri ewlenin sabiex speċifikament niddiskutu t-traffiku u t-trasport dakinhar ta’ Black Friday. 

Hemm qbil fejn il-Pulizija u Transport Malta se jkunu qed imexxu l-massimu ta’ riżorsi possibbli f’areas identifikati bħala l-iktar importanti u potenzjalment problematiċi għal din il-ġurnata biex it-traffiku jibqa’ miexi u jinħelsu l-bottlenecks. Il-GRTU għamlet ukoll kuntatt ma’ diversi kunsilli lokali ewlenin u appellajnielhom biex jiġu evitati inkonvenjenti u permessi li mhux ta’ urġenza estrema f’din il-ġurnata partikolari għal pajjiżna.

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banking 2finalTwo weeks after the accounts at Sata Bank has been frozen no real timeline has been released. Simple steps to take care of the worries of the investors we have worked so hard to attract such as a customer care system is still completely lacking. Businesses are being given close to no information outside the bank’s doorstep and business closures are knocking on our doors. Responsibility must be taken for the additional damage that is being created.

The fact that the Bank had to be closed and immediate action had to be taken is not being put into question. The regulators are the only ones aware of what the extent of the problems are and how best to deal with them, within the powers conferred to them.

The situation is however very grave. Apart from the fact that this is hitting Malta’s reputation very hard and many businesses that have come to invest in Malta have told GRTU that they will not look at Malta ever again, there is a level of unfairness where the good has been castigated with the bad.

 

 

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