28 July 2023

Chamber welcomes new rubbish collections for Casemates, Main Street & the pedestrianised areas

The Chamber has been lobbying the Government for the last two years to arrange additional collections of rubbish for businesses […]
12 July 2023

Chamber responds to the budget

The board of the Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce has considered the Chief Minister’s budget speech. Overall, the Chamber is pleased […]
10 July 2023

Chamber on Union’s economic study

The Chamber of Commerce has looked at the recent economic study undertaken by Unite the Union.  It questions why outdated […]
3 May 2023

Chamber responds to union demands for pay increases

The Chamber of Commerce is flabbergasted to hear that  Unite the Union  is calling for public sector pay increases to […]
31 January 2023

Government did not consult the Chamber on Trade Union recognition

Following the recent introduction of legislation to make the recognition of trade unions mandatory in Gibraltar, the Chamber of Commerce […]
2 July 2022

Chamber’s response to the budget

In short, the budget was a missed opportunity to plan for the future and to rebalance the Government’s finances...
9 June 2022

Chamber welcomes review of prescription prices as part of wider GHA cost-saving measures

The Chamber welcomes the announcement that the GHA has reviewed the prices of prescriptions whilst setting a cap on a […]
6 June 2022

Chamber welcomes the Minister’s efforts to develop Gibraltar’s cruise business

The Chamber very much welcomes the efforts of Minister Daryanani to develop Gibraltar’s cruise business. The Chamber board agrees with […]
29 June 2021

Chamber urges Government to rethink increases in social insurance to protect jobs and safeguard economic recovery

The recent announcement of huge increases in social insurance payments highlights the precarious state of the Government’s finances in the […]