Maltese consumers remain more optimistic than their Eurozone counterparts, according to new figures from the EU.
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The latest European Commission survey ranks Malta with the highest level of optimism for the 13th month in a row, well ahead of Italy, Germany, France and Spain.
The survey, which gathered information from businesses and consumers, showed that the Malta’s so-called Economic Sentiment Index reached 114, 14% higher than the Eurozone average.
In a statement, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said: ‘Maltese families are amongst the few in Europe who claim that their financial situation has improved and who are predicting further improvements in the coming months.
‘Families are so optimistic that they are expecting the unemployment rate to decrease even further, despite it already having reached a historic low.’