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One of the world’s largest crypto markets, China, declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal

September 24, 2021
by Helena Grech

The price of Bitcoin fell by more than $2,000 (€1,707) since the announcement was made

Malta recognises COVID vaccine certificates from Kuwait and Singapore

September 24, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Kuwait was placed on the 'red list' this week, effectively allowing international travel

‘Pulling the plug on consumer frustration’: EU Commission legislates for common charger

September 23, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Most portable electronic devices will be required to use a USB-C port

No contingency plans for school closures, raising spectre of work no-shows

September 23, 2021
by Robert Fenech

'Priority is to enable the physical presence of children in school'

Number of people registering for work in August 2021 decreases by 2,230 year-on-year

September 23, 2021
by Helena Grech

The total number of people who registered as unemployed stood at 1,442

Maltese banks ‘significantly more exposed’ to climate change risks – European Central Bank

September 23, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The ECB’s first climate stress test argues that an earlier shift to green energy pays off in the long run

Fake vaccine certificates going for €150 on Malta’s black market, study says

September 23, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The international market for forged COVID-19-related documentation has grown tenfold in just a month

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A new era for businesses: of the need to be agile in ever-changing markets

July 11, 2021
by Jimmy Cutajar

Global Freight Solutions’ managing director on how the company adapted to continuously changing realities

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Francois Grech
Francois Grech

Fostering SME growth through an industry-leading ERP

June 27, 2021
by Francois Grech

More often than not, SMEs resort to sticking to their legacy financial system

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Malta’s internet amongst worst in Europe, study finds

September 22, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Mobile internet stability in Malta is amongst the lowest globally

India, Maldives & Russia among 19 countries added to Malta’s quarantine-free travel list

September 22, 2021
by Helena Grech

Travellers must present a Malta-recognised vaccine certificate to avoid quarantine

Malta current account deficit balloons by €55 million to reach €382 million in June 2021

September 22, 2021
by Helena Grech

COVID aid measures and lower revenue continue to bite

Finance Minister acknowledges ‘significant’ work to be done during visit to MFSA

September 22, 2021
by Helena Grech

His visit came part of the run up to the 2022 Budget, to be officially announced on 11th October

‘Exponential’ rise in freezing orders related to money laundering ‘won’t impress FATF’, says Jason Azzopardi

September 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

'It surely needs a lot of explaining,' says the MP

Nearly half those aged 15 and over have ‘low level of education’ – survey

September 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Persons with a higher education level are more likely to be in employment

‘Increasingly likely’ passenger numbers will hit pre-COVID levels in 2023, says Air Malta chairman

September 20, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Malta's key tourism markets are recovering at a faster pace than was initially expected, says David Curmi

Air link will be ‘catalyst’ for new economic activity, says Gozo Tourism Association

September 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The association praised the commitment to avoid uptake of agricultural land for the project

Netflix reigns supreme as streaming platforms dominate Emmys

September 20, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

The streaming giant took home the 'best drama' award for the first time ever

Dreaming of labour: how will the upcoming Budget 2022 address market concerns?

September 19, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The pre-Budget consultation document identifies 12 key challenges

‘Pride should not be a platform for pink washing,’ says organiser

September 18, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Clayton Mercieca says LGBTIQ+ events should be organised with sensitivity: 'The MTA needs closer ties with the community’