FROM BUSINESS NEWS
29th March 2017
The Central Bank has stated that Malta’s strong economic growth over the next three years would mean it would be impervious to the negative effects of Brexit, save for a ‘negligible’ effect.
FROM INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL NEWS
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has triggered Article 50, launching the two-year negotiations that will culminate in Britain’s exit from the European Union.
There were 34,157 foreign people registered as working in Malta as of September 2016, most of whom come from the EU or EEA, according to data tabled in Parliament.
28th March 2017
During his final dialogue withthe Prime Minister as President of the Malta Chamber, President Anton Borg undelined the importance of trade with the UK
Algeria is becoming an increasingly desirable location for Maltese manufacturing companies, after the collapse of the security situation in Libya, according to a study by TradeMalta.
27th March 2017
Malta is set to be the first Wi-Fi state in the world by the end of 2017, but many local firms still aren’t making enough use of websites and social media to boost their business, Economy Minister Chris Cardona said today.
A new report titled ‘The Europe We Need’ has called for a ‘multi-speed’ Europe in which the eurozone presses ahead with its own budget and even its own prime minister.
Malta faces an annual €8 billion money laundering risk, and is the sixth top ‘offshore centre’, right above Panama, according to a study presented to the Pana committee.
Managing Director, iAS Limited
The aim of any bridge is to span from point A to point B, hopefully providing a shorter route and safe access. At iAS, we believe that bridges can serve as much more than a mere physical link between two points.
Pricing is always an important consideration in business, especially in an environment of cut-throat competition, when we think that the market is saturated and that customers look for nothing else but price. But are we sure that this is the reality?
Managing Partner, RSM Malta
By now we are all familiar with the colossal mistake that occurred during the 2017 Oscars. In my 30-year profession, I have seen accountants blamed for many things, but it never occurred to me that we would also manage to give our two-penny worth at an Oscars event.
Head of the European Commission Representation in Malta
On 25th March, leaders of the 27 EU member states (UK excluded) will gather in Rome, together with Senior Representatives of the European Institutions, to mark the 60th anniversary of the signature of the Treaty of Rome. The timing of this special anniversary is almost Kafkaesque...
Design Consultant, Dex Workspaces
It might sound painfully obvious, but you really shouldn’t stick people with different backgrounds and different aims in the same office environment and expect them to thrive equally. However, a quick look around you might just prove that the exact opposite tends to be the case.
PR & Marketing, Bank of Valletta
Following the questions in Part 1, here are a few more questions you should ask yourself when thinking of investing.
Martina Said – 26th March 2017
Malta Chamber deputy president Frank Farrugia discusses the country’s economic outlook and business sentiment for 2017.
Marie-Claire Grima – 25th March 2017
From the budgets allocated to the number of high-level meetings held here over these six months, here’s a breakdown of Malta’s Presidency Of The EU Council, in figures.
24th March 2017
Businesses within the eurozone grew at the fastest rate in nearly six years in March, led higher by France and Germany, according to the closely-watched Markit Composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI).
The European Central Bank has withdrawn Malta-based Nemea Bank's licence, in line with a recommendation made by local financial regulators earlier this year.
23rd March 2017
The Administrative Report 2016/17 of the Malta Chamber has been published. The yearly publication gathers the work of the Chamber in the past year.
The Malta gaming licence, which allows a fantasy sports company to operate in many nations across Europe, is hotly in demand, with as many as 20 different companies applying for it, sources have claimed.
The 2017 Global Startup Ecosystem Report, published by Startup Genome, reports that Malta shows significant growth potential as a startup ecosytem.
Jeremy Leach, CEO of Managing Partners Group, has forecast that Malta will benefit more than any other financial centre in Europe from Britain leaving the European Union.
22nd March 2017
Malta loses 4.59 per cent of GDP in tax revenue due to so-called profit shifting by multinational companies, according to a report by the Tax Justice Network.
Supermarket giant Lidl is setting up an International Regional Distribution Centre in Malta, after reaching an agreement with Malta Enterprise and Malta Industrial Parks.
US bank Goldman Sachs is moving jobs away from London and beefing up its European presence, a senior executive has said.
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