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The Maltese-French Chamber of Commerce was set up in October 1989, with the principal aim of promoting and developing commercial, industrial and tourist exchanges between Malta and France.

It co-operates with the competent authorities, organisations and constituted bodies in the two countries.

Activities include both a substantial back up to its members, assisting them in their dealings with France, as well as providing assistance to French entrepreneurs in Malta.

Moreover, the Chamber regularly sets up business seminars in collaboration with professional bodies. It also organises a number of social activities, bringing together its members and their guests on varied occasions.

Finally, the Maltese-French Chamber of Commerce issues a quarterly newsletter containing news item of interest.




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French community in Malta

Affiliated to the association FIAFE aims reception and adaptation of individuals and families newly arrived in Malta. It also hosts the Francophiles and Francophones.
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