23rd May 2018

The Malta Chamber entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with its counter-organisation in Tirana, Albania yesterday, during the Albania-Malta Business Forum.

23rd May 2018

And other unanswered questions from Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony at the European Parliament.

22nd May 2018

Current labour market situation could threaten productivity and competitiveness.

22nd May 2018

A self-exclusion system is aimed at helping individuals who are aware that they suffer from a gambling problem.

Marie-Claire Grima - 22nd May 2018

“I have had to work twice as hard as anyone else to prove myself, and watch their attitude towards me turn from derision to respect," says Thomas Salomone, founder of Eguizabal Construction Ltd.

22nd May 2018

“We are very happy to mark the completion of this latest investment and we are confident that our new corporate office block will be an inspiring workspace which stimulates innovative thinking and collaboration," stated Louis A. Farrugia, Farsons Group Chairman.

POLL

Do you think Blockchain will have any effect on your industry in the near future?

Yes 70%
No 20%
I don't know 10%

21st May 2018

Bet365 insisted though that it remained committed to Gibraltar and would maintain its presence there.

21st May 2018

FELTOM CEO James Perry has expressed concern that other destinations are registering growth from certain countries while Malta has only seen a minimal increase.

FROM INTERVIEWS

Jo Caruana - 20th May 2018

“[Compliance] is a bit like security at an airport – you have to go through the inconvenience of it, but, in the long run, it is of benefit, if you’re not one of the minority of people with bad intentions,” says Mr Beane.

Marie-Claire Grima - 19th May 2018

The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has wide-ranging consequences for businesses operating in the EU as well as outside the bloc – but what does it mean for Malta?

17th May 2018

Corporate video celebrates Chamber's 170th anniversary as it sheds light on the organisation's operation

18th May 2018

Malta's transport minister, Ian Borg, said that work is underway to look at EU directives that compound the administrative burden on issues, including the mutual recognition of seafarers' qualifications.

18th May 2018

“At a time when countries around the world are expressing ambivalence about сгурtоcurrencies, if not cracking down on them, Malta is writing rules that should give exchange owners and users certainty about the future,” the report said.

17th May 2018

Almost twice as many people in Malta visited non-EU countries in the first quarter of the 2018 as they did in the same quarter of 2017.