Manuel Zarb - 18th November 2017

“As long as foreign investment keeps coming into the country, yes, it is sustainable,” Johann Buttigieg said.

Rebecca Anastasi - 17th November 2017

His words were reiterated by Malta Chamber of Commerce President Frank V. Farrugia, who also pointed to the recent PANA report.

17th November 2017

VAT treatment of yacht leasing is based on the principle of effective use and enjoyment as enshrined in article 59a of the VAT directive.

16th November 2017

The European Commission does not even have a list of names of people who are being granted citizenship under the Maltese IIP scheme.

16th November 2017

The ECB said some of the proposals it had reviewed were inadequate and risked creating "empty shells".

14th November 2017

Writing in today’s edition of the Times of Malta, Chamber President Frank V. Farrugia said that Malta is currently under a bright international spotlight and all parties must make an effort refrain from seeking to gain sectorial or political mileage to the detriment of the country’s reputation as a worthy business destination.


With the international sexual harassment cases currently unfolding, do you think that such harassment exists in the workplace locally?

Yes 66%
No 33%

14th November 2017

The awards were organised to honour the achievements of Malta-based companies seeking to do international business by selling their products and services abroad.

13th November 2017

Dr Muscat was keen to clarify that the changes would only concern medical cannabis, and that the debate on recreational cannabis was to be tackled separately.


Sarah Micallef - 12th November 2017

Visual artist and Chairman of Fondazzjoni Kreattivita Rupert Cefai details the fluidity with which he approaches the themes, techniques and subjects of his work.


Manuel Zarb - 10th November 2017

In this series of interviews, former politicians share their experiences in politics and how they’ve readjusted to life as private citizens.

10th November 2017

According to the PANA Committee, Malta has transposed EU rules and respects OECD standards in terms of transparency, fight against tax fraud and money laundering.

10th November 2017

Twenty six Maltese business representatives from nineteen Malta based companies participated in a successful two-day trade mission organized by the Malta Chamber of Commerce Enterprise and Industry together with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tunis.

9th November 2017

“Malta as an open economy has a lot to lose if the EU takes a protectionist stance on trade and investment” said Andre Fenech, Head of Policy Development at the Malta Chamber as he was participating in a panel discussion organised by MEUSAC.

9th November 2017

According to a company announcement, this decision by the Planning Authority was “unexpected.”