National alcohol policy ‘rushed’, insurers fear
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The alcohol policy unveiled earlier this month was “rushed”, according to insurance association head Adrian Galea, who also criticised the new document for sending a distorted message and not being strong enough.
Speaking to the Times of Malta days after the National Alcohol Policy was rolled out, Mr Galea, who serves as the director general of the Malta Insurance Association (MIA), said that while the body had always been among the first to welcome such efforts, the unveiling of the new policy seemed to suggest that the government was not adequately prepared to address the issue and had rushed into drawing up the….
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As reported on the Times of Malta on Monday, November 12, 2018, by Ms Claire Caruana.