FROM BUSINESS NEWS
Rebecca Anastasi - 17th December 2017
Much of this drop can be traced to results issued in the reports published over the past two years.
Rebecca Anastasi - 16th December 2017
The University’s Provost, Professor John Ryder, is frustrated at certain elements of the press for the media storm which has erupted over the low student intake and current staff numbers.
15th December 2017
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that the UK should "say very clearly what it wants" and make its Brexit position clear.
FROM COMMERCIAL NEWS
The award is open to Maltese and Malta-based entrepreneurs with the winner participating in EY’s World Entrepreneur of the Year Award, one of the world’s most prestigious awards of its kind.
FROM INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL NEWS
The head of the UK's Financial Conduct Authority said buying Bitcoin was similar to gambling - and had the same level of risk.
Britain as a financial centre netted a total trade surplus of $93.6 billion in 2016, more than the next two leading countries – the United States and Switzerland – combined, TheCityUK said.
FROM CHAMBER NEWS
14th December 2017
Reginald Fava, a former President and member of the Council of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry was made member of the National Order of Merit of Malta by the President of the Republic Her Excellency Marie Louise Coleiro Preca on Republic Day.
Marie-Claire Grima - 14th December 2017
Malta, with an increase of 14 per cent since the survey was last carried out, was one of four countries where this problem was reported to have significantly increased.
CEO of the Malta Tourism Authority
Now that Valletta 2018 is round the corner, it is satisfying to note that the build-up of marketing towards it has generated a positive effect for the Maltese islands.
EU affairs manager, Head of Brussels operations, Malta Business Bureau
When one looks back at President Juncker’s 10 political guidelines that were set at the beginning of his mandate, one concludes that this last Commission programme is a continuation of the work undertaken over the past four years, and aims to complete some of the political projects.
It pays organisations to capitalise on special occasions with elements which contribute to and/or are compatible with the reasons for their existence and growth path.
For a business to be successful, it is crucial for there to be continued incremental improvements in all areas of the business throughout.
Chief Executive Officer, BEAT
Thanks to digitisation, companies are racing to migrate ‘analog’ approaches to customers, products, services, and operating models to an always-on, real-time, and information-rich marketplace
Senior Partner, PKF Malta
How can we tell if the constant barrage in the media to combat climate change is not another hoax like the millennium bug?
The bank aims to offer financing facilities to support productive and viable operations when the market is unwilling or unable to accommodate them.
13th December 2017
"We have to be innovative – this is key."
12th December 2017
Malta is the third European country to award Jet Aviation an AOC after Germany and Switzerland.
During the One Planet Summit in Paris, Dr Muscat said that Malta was committed to working towards sustainable development and stopping climate change.
11th December 2017
Betting in Malta will be exempted from Value Added Tax (VAT) in 2018, with no VAT imposed on bets and wagers.
Rebecca Anastasi - 10th December 2017
Opposition Leader Dr Adrian Delia shares his vision for Malta and sustainable development.
Manuel Zarb - 9th December 2017
In this series of interviews, former politicians share their experiences in politics and how they’ve readjusted to day-to-day life as private citizens.
8th December 2017
"Ultimately, 2018 promises to be another exciting year."
7th December 2017
Event on the future of relations between Malta and the UK features key stakeholders.
The €40 million development is earmarked to complement the rehabilitation of the Old Brewhouse that aims to restore and convert the industrial space.
The Malta Chamber hosted its annual Christmas reception at its iconic premises, the Exchange Buildings in Republic Street, on 6th December.
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