Rebecca Anastasi - 14th October 2018

The upsurge in Malta’s economy has been accompanied by an exponential growth in the number of foreign workers on the island. Four corporate leaders discuss what this has meant for their business.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 13th October 2018

The success of a family business relies heavily on its ability to plan for the future, according to Albert Frendo, Chief Business Development Officer Credit at Bank of Valletta plc.

12th October 2018

Malta Chamber President Mr Frank V. Farrugia was appointed Director of Eurochambres during a the 124th Eurochambres Plenary Assembly which he attended in Brussels. Eurochambres represents over 20 million businesses in Europe through 46 members organisations, and a European network of 1700 regional and local chambers.

11th October 2018

Addressing the European Parliament for Enterprises (EPE), Malta Chamber Deputy President Mr David Xuereb said that societies and markets were being transformed through demographic phenomena and technological advancements.

11th October 2018

A Malta Chamber and Malta Business Bureau (MBB) delegation led by the Malta Chamber’s Deputy President, Mr David Xuereb held a number of institutional visits during a visit to Brussels as part of their participation during the European Parliament of Enterprises organised by Eurochambres.

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11th October 2018

The answer all depends on whether you’re a man or a woman, according to new EU statistics.

10th October 2018

The Malta Communications Authority described this as “a pioneering move."

10th October 2018

According to the report, Maltese authorities “immediately” responded to Vanuatu's request, and offered assistance.

10th October 2018

City minister John Glen said he agreed with Bank of England estimates of 5,000 City jobs moving to the continent by March, but that the situation was "stable" as far as job movements were concerned. Mr Glen pledged to do all he could to ensure that the City of London remained a major financial centre.

10th October 2018

MIIPA stated that it agreed with the recommendation that there should be standards of enhanced due diligence across the board.