Rebecca Anastasi - 3rd April 2020

The scheme provides loan guarantees to commercial banks backing up working capital lending to aid local businesses during the crisis.

1st April 2020

The Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST) has opened a public consultation process, which will run until the 9th April, on potential research and innovation strategies to boost jobs and growth, under the European Commission’s smart specialisation initiative, 2021-2027.

1st April 2020

It is likely the last month for some time where a drop in unemployment is to be registered, as COVID-19 takes its toll on the economy.

24th March 2020

In total, the Government will pay up to €70 million a month to subsidise wages.

23rd March 2020

Last Wednesday, the Prime Minister announced a €1.8 billion aid package which the Malta Chamber of Commerce, as well as others in the business community, warned would do little to stop job losses.

22nd March 2020

Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne made the announcement on Sunday afternoon

21st March 2020

Customers are urged to use the BOV’s fleet of ATMs throughout Malta and Gozo, where one can withdraw up to €500 at any time of the day

20th March 2020

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry has consistently and strongly encouraged reform that leads to restoring Malta reputation

18th March 2020

The Malta Business Bureau welcomed the European Commission initiative which acknowledges the state aid flexibilities

17th March 2020

Retail entities have also penned an open letter to Prime Minister Robert Abela, asking for help

16th March 2020

Tech.mt aims to promote the National Strategy on Innovative Technology.

14th March 2020

Malta was allocated its aircraft registration prefix 9H on independence in 1964. However, the success the Malta Aviation Register is enjoying is much more recent.

10th March 2020

‘The MFSA expects regulated firms to take all reasonable measures in order to have appropriate contingency plans in place to be able to deal with any eventuality.’

10th March 2020

Power at Malta International Airport will be suspended on Wednesday and Saturday in connection with works on an electrical infrastructure upgrade.

10th March 2020

Dr Abela announced that the catamaran service between Malta and Sicily will only be used for commercial transport

10th March 2020

‘The MBA wishes to advise that its member banks are actively assessing the situation of those sectors and customers most affected by these exceptionally adverse conditions.’

9th March 2020

Malta International Airport still registered over 421,000 passenger movements in February.

Virus grounds Malta route flights

Air Malta and Ryanair have decided to suspend flights to Italy as precautions against the spread of coronavirus.

6th March 2020

Only one manager out of three in the EU is a woman

5th March 2020

A payment habits survey by the Central Bank of Malta shows many are not well informed about the security of methods they use to pay for goods and services

5th March 2020

Customers who book Air Malta flights as from yesterday (4th March 2020) on Go Light and Go Smart will have the flexibility to make changes to their itinerary or request a refund of the ticket

4th March 2020

Çredited with being a champion of corporate efficiency and influencing generations of business leaders, the legendary top business executive passed away on Monday, 19 years after his official retirement.

2nd March 2020

Switzerland tops the most expensive list, followed by Norway and Iceland.

2nd March 2020

There were 8,995 individuals officially looking for work last January.

2nd March 2020

Mayor Pete dropped out of the race after performing poorly in the South Carolina primary

28th February 2020

Research by KPMG quantifies the economic benefits of the Valletta 2018 European Capital of Culture experience

28th February 2020

Provisional estimates indicate that the Gross Domestic Product amounted to €13.2 billion last year, an increase of €842.2 million, or 6.8 per cent, over 2018.

27th February 2020

‘Technology has become an integral component of daily life, however, going online can also pose challenges for young people,’ Tech.mt says

26th February 2020

He was just 59 years old

The cost of food items, mainly higher milk prices, had the biggest impact on the annual inflation rate