FROM BUSINESS NEWS
19th January 2018
Nearly 75 per cent of businesses in Malta use social media, well above the EU average which currently stands at 47 per cent.
17th January 2018
Parliamentary Secretary Silvio Schembri made this announcement whilst addressing the Unlock Blockchain conference organised at the Dubai International Financial Centre, where he was promoting Malta as a jurisdiction which could serve as a gateway to other European markets.
Malta Enterprise's findings showed that many FDIs which have been operating in Malta for a number of years have been continuously expanding their operations.
15th January 2018
49 per cent of 16 to 74 year olds in Malta said they had used internet banking in 2017. 10 years ago, in 2007, the figure stood at just 22 per cent.
12th January 2018
The majority of EU member states reported 50 - 110 pharmacists per 100,000 inhabitants.
Total inbound visitors for November were estimated at 167,101, an increase of 17.1 per cent when compared to the corresponding month in 2016.
FROM LIFE & ART
Marie-Claire Grima - 13th January 2018
Many Maltese animal-lovers wish that their four-legged friends were welcome in more restaurants and establishment around the islands. But should pet-friendly restaurants and hotels become the norm?
11th January 2018
"With regards to Malta, the OECD indicators show the absence of harmful tax practices in relation to BEPS, as well as a strong commitment in relation to tax cooperation in general.”
Countries in the EU spent over €138 billion on paid sick leave benefits in 2014, or 1 per cent of the EU’s total GDP.
In a statement, Government said that the objective for the setting up of the new company, which by law requires an air operating certificate, is to own Air Malta slots in various airports.
10th January 2018
Prof. Bezzina is the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy (FEMA) at the University of Malta, lecturing in Applied Business Statistics, Decision and Risk Analysis, Management Science and Research Methodology.
International trade statistics are among the most important indicators for the manufacturing sector.
“Guaranteeing a successful future for the European Union requires a spirit of unity in discussions and agreement on the final Multiannual Financial Framework post-2020 by the EU-27 member states,” Minister Helena Dalli said.
9th January 2018
Malta was among the member states which registered the highest increases in the total retail trade volume (+7 per cent).
“We're very sad about it too, but the circumstances are out of our control,” Plait said.
8th January 2018
In November, the number of persons registering for work stood at 2,246 decreasing by 25.7 per cent when compared to the corresponding month in 2016, according to the National Statistics Office (NSO).
Marie-Claire Grima - 7th January 2018
Malta is making the headlines of travel magazines all over the world as a prime 2018 destination – let's take a look at what’s being said.
4th January 2018
Mr Lapira had been the CEO of Plaza Centres since 2005.
Local business people are receiving a direct email by an individual posing as Marisol Yagüe, a businesswoman and the former Mayor of Marbella in Spain, who is currently serving a prison sentence for fraud and corruption charges.
Marie-Claire Grima - 3rd January 2018
Malta was listed among other holiday hotspots, from Mexico City to Sapporo in Japan to New Orleans in the United States.
3rd January 2018
The Malta International Airport (MIA) welcomed its six millionth passenger in a single year on New Year’s Eve, a figure that beat all previous traffic records.
31st December 2017
A look back at 2017 through the figures that defined it.
Marie-Claire Grima - 28th December 2017
A closer look at key issues that will affect Malta’s economic performance in 2018.
Sarah Micallef - 27th December 2017
As the stage is set for Valletta’s turn on the European stage as Capital of Culture 2018, a number of key protagonists discuss the significance of this major milestone.
26th December 2017
Leading figures hailing from different sectors of Malta’s business landscape assess the past year and explain why they’re looking forward to a new year full of challenges and rewards.
Rebecca Anastasi - 23rd December 2017
On the eve of Valletta Capital of Culture 2018, businesses are investing in Valletta at a furious pace, with many putting the final touches on new projects and ventures.
Martina Said - 22nd December 2017
Transport Minister Ian Borg, Opposition Transport Spokesperson Marthese Portelli and Malta Chamber Deputy President David Xuereb share their thoughts on Malta's traffic problems and the solutions that lie ahead.
21st December 2017
A letter sent to Ariadne Capital's creditors on December 18 shows that business rescue company Leonard Curtis took Ariadne Company into administration on December 15.
Steward Health Care, the new owner, describes itself on its website as the largest private hospital operator in the United States, employing some 37,000 professionals in 36 different hospitals.
20 per cent of Maltese people use peer-to-peer accommodation, such as AirBnB, when travelling, according to a new report released by Eurostat.
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