13th March 2018

The country’s yachting associations have claimed that the EU has acted in discrimination against Malta’s yachting industry when it sent a Notice of Infringement in connection with the practice in Malta on Yacht leases.

12th March 2018

The second Malta-Tunisia Business Forum in six months was held on Monday, with the aim to bring entrepreneurs from the two Mediterranean countries together in a bid of commercial collaboration.

13th March 2018

The Malta Chamber welcomed guests to its iconic courtyard at the Exchange Buildings as six of the country’s leading wine importers and manufacturers showcased their finest wines for those present to enjoy.

9th March 2018

The Chamber, together with the Office of the Information and Data Protection Commissioner and RSM Malta, organised an information session to discuss the General Data Protection Regulation which comes into effect on the 25th May.

7th March 2018

151 business to business meetings are planned to take place on 12th March at the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry during a Malta-Tunisia Business Forum organised by the same Chamber and the Tunisian Embassy in Malta.

27th February 2018

Malta Chamber President Frank V. Farrugia signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the Croatian Chamber of Commerce in Zagreb.

23rd February 2018

Malta Chamber President Frank V. Farrugia welcomed the Hungarian Minister responsible for Trade and Foreign Affairs, the Hon Péter Szijjártó to the Exchange Buildings, for a meeting on trade potential between the two countries on 23rd February.

22nd February 2018

Malta Chamber’s Human Resources Committee discuss common issues related to absenteeism faced by employers in both the public and private sectors.

19th February 2018

The Malta Chamber as part of the Enterprise Europe Network Consortium in Malta and in collaboration with the German-Maltese Business Council invites businesses to participate in a matchmaking event titled ‘Technology & Business Cooperation Days’ at the Hannover Messe 2018.

Chamber News - 16th February 2018

As part of its drive to reach out to the entrepreneurs of tomorrow, the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry in collaboration with the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy (FEMA) within the University of Malta, is once again offering students, a course titled ‘Industry Insights’, with the aim to expose management students to the realities of business in Malta.

8th February 2018

The European Parliament adopted a regulation to end geo-blocking, obliging online retailers to provide customers with access to goods and services on the same terms and conditions regardless of the customer’s location.

8th February 2018

The challenges related to the supply chain, as seen from the varying perspectives of Maltese and German businesses were discussed during an event organised by the German-Maltese Business Council (GMBC) within the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry on 6th February.

22nd January 2018

In a statement issued on Monday, the Malta Chamber of Commerce Enterprise and Industry welcomed the positive vote taken by members of the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) on Sunday, approving negotiations with Government on the future of the national airline Air Malta.

15th January 2018

Following a statement issued by the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry underlining the importance of the national airline Air Malta to the whole economy, negotiations with the union of airline pilots reached an agreement on Monday evening.

11th January 2018

The ‘spill-over’ effect that research and innovation has onto other business sectors, by creating a better economic scenario and a more competitive offering as a country, is known but often forgotten.

11th January 2018

Officials required to stop contravening car, for points to be deducted.

4th January 2018

A delegation from the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry visited the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition and the Archbishop of Malta to exchange new year greetings.

7th December 2017

The Malta Chamber hosted its annual Christmas reception at its iconic premises, the Exchange Buildings in Republic Street, on 6th December.

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.

19th December 2017

The Malta Chamber held a dinner in honour of the Prime Minister yesterday at the Agostino Portelli Hall in the Exchange Buildings. The dinner which is attended by members of the council of the Malta Chamber is held annually at Christmas time.

7th December 2017

Event on the future of relations between Malta and the UK features key stakeholders.

28th November 2017

The Malta Chamber has teamed up with the British High Commission in Malta and MEUSAC in order to explore the desired nature of economic ties between Malta and the UK post-2019.

29th November 2017

Within HOMI 2018, the Enterprise Europe Network is organising a Partnering Event on the 26th and 27th January 2018 in order to facilitate commercial and technical cooperation with a selected pool of companies coming from abroad.

21st November 2017

Businesses seeking solutions on access to finance in order to invest in, and grow their operations were provided with all relevant information on the benefits of two different financing instruments available for SMEs.

14th November 2017

Writing in today’s edition of the Times of Malta, Chamber President Frank V. Farrugia said that Malta is currently under a bright international spotlight and all parties must make an effort refrain from seeking to gain sectorial or political mileage to the detriment of the country’s reputation as a worthy business destination.

10th November 2017

According to the PANA Committee, Malta has transposed EU rules and respects OECD standards in terms of transparency, fight against tax fraud and money laundering.

10th November 2017

Twenty six Maltese business representatives from nineteen Malta based companies participated in a successful two-day trade mission organized by the Malta Chamber of Commerce Enterprise and Industry together with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tunis.

9th November 2017

“Malta as an open economy has a lot to lose if the EU takes a protectionist stance on trade and investment” said Andre Fenech, Head of Policy Development at the Malta Chamber as he was participating in a panel discussion organised by MEUSAC.

6th November 2017

Addressing an event from the ‘Doing Business with:’ series, the President of the Malta Chamber Mr Frank V. Farrugia said that great scope for strengthening ties between Malta and Colombia exists, as both countries share numerous commonalities which can be developed for mutual benefit.