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Don’t miss out! Ministry for the Environment to host National Climate Change Conference next Tuesday

October 22, 2021
by Helena Grech

Conference aims to provide a platform for discussion on how Malta can meet its climate targets

Fiscal council warns 2022 outlook remains ‘very sensitive’ to Finance Ministry assumptions

October 21, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

However, the predictions do lie within the 'endorsable range' of the council

‘Post-COVID, your business will only hit the ground running by investing in latest tech to reach customers’

October 21, 2021
by Jo Caruana

Tech.mt CEO Dana Farrugia stresses the importance of establishing a strong digital presence in the current environment

EC ‘perhaps’ asking for more details from Malta than others on Air Malta state aid, says Finance Minister

October 20, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Malta applied to provide state aid to the airline over a year ago

Artificial Intelligence expected to become one of Malta’s leading business sectors within five years

October 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Investment in the required skills will need to be ramped up

MDIA Chairman on measures to promote innovative solutions as Malta embraces digitalisation

October 20, 2021
by Jo Caruana

These include the set-up of an award for innovative technologies in response to COVID-19

Climathon event seeks solutions on waste and emissions from food service deliveries

October 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The winner's idea will be supported through a startup accelerator programme

Blogs
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Kylie Spiteri

50 darker shades of listing

Joseph Cacia & Son
Joseph Cachia & Son Ltd

Cash payments meeting today’s technologies

AI tech
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George Mangion

Artificial Intelligence to our rescue.

August 21, 2021
by George Mangion

Many efforts have been undertaken to accelerate AI research in order to combat COVID-19 and develop vaccines

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James Camilleri

A lawyer’s perspective: COVID and restrictions on freedom of movement

August 9, 2021
by James Camilleri

'As is to be expected from a fundamental right, the withdrawal of such can have other repercussions'

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Budget 2022 seeks to drive the farm-to-fork revolution forward as food continues to be given priority

October 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Recently appointed Malta Food Agency CEO Brian Vella explains how the sector is gearing up to meet consumer needs

Speculation on early election continues to mount

October 19, 2021
by Helena Grech

Business representatives have called for an end to this speculation and for clarity on when election day will be held

Popular move to introduce ‘no new taxes’ forces Government into ‘using half its tools’

October 19, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Economist Marie Briguglio reflects on Malta's Budget 2022

Colin Powell, former US Secretary of State, dies of COVID complications aged 84

October 18, 2021
by Helena Grech

He served as Secretary of State under President George W. Bush between 2001 and 2005

Summer 2021 sees 1.6m passengers travel between Malta and Gozo

October 18, 2021
by Helena Grech

More people visited Gozo so far this year when compared to 2020

‘We need to act fast to be at the forefront of the new economic wave post-COVID’

October 18, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Economist Stephanie Fabri discusses Malta's Budget 2022, and the country's way forward

‘Working in silos is often unproductive’: Malta Maritime Forum and Employers’ Association unveil partnership

October 18, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Exposure on the MEA's media channels is expected to allow the MMF to gain traction for its messages

Autodealer responds to post-Budget price increase of electric vehicle VW Golf GTE

October 15, 2021
by Robert Fenech

An increase in the government grant for electric vehicles and a badly timed price increase has caused a stir

Banque Postale becomes first major bank in the world to commit to exit from coal, oil and gas by 2030

October 15, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The French bank aims to achieve net zero emissions by 2040

‘Writing was on the wall’ for tourism prior to pandemic, as stalling revenues indicated an overheated market

October 15, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

The MHRA held a National Tourism Forum on Friday, providing insights into the embattled sector