Major potential for mass transit, but current proposals ‘overshoot our potential & limitations’

February 1, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Professor Maria Attard tells why monorail and underground proposals should be reconsidered

Miles Express Launches New API Integration System

January 30, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Miles Express's Martin Ferry on their new product, the challenges of logistics, and lessons learned from 30 years of operations

Can payment services providers replace B2C banking business?

January 26, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Revolut and PayPal may have joined VISA and Mastercard in dominating the market, but can they replace banks entirely?

Work-from-home benefits should be considered on a case by case basis, say employers

January 25, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The Malta Employers Association weighs in on the General Workers Union’s remote work proposals

Tax practitioners back Finance Minister’s suggestion of reform on Malta’s tax regime

January 23, 2021
by Robert Fenech

'The truth is that we do not really have any margin for error on this issue'

Malta’s single-use plastics importation ban has little effect on operations, says industry leader

January 19, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Malta leads the EU when it comes to plastic, with most changes already in effect for years in local market

Bitcoin’s record bull run not enough to revive Blockchain Island – expert

January 18, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The cryptocurrency’s value has tripled over the last months, but ripples have not been felt in Malta

Should Malta’s employers commission health & safety inspections at the home workspace?

January 14, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Malta’s largest union, the GWU, thinks so, as it explains why it thinks remote-working costs should be covered by employers

Brexit causing a headache for importers as higher costs and lack of details cause confusion

January 11, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The return of customs duties and procedures to UK imports results in frustration for local businesses

‘No matter how equipped a compliance unit is, it cannot do its job without strong corporate governance’

January 10, 2021
by Helena Grech

ARQ’s Head of Risk & Compliance, Martina Scalpello, wishes to see companies giving compliance ‘the attention it deserves’

Economic planning is not a dirty word, say leading economists

January 5, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Dr Gordon Cordina and Dr Stephanie Fabri discuss the economic vision Malta needs

‘We have stepped up our efforts to keep the islands connected to mainland Europe’ – Outgoing Air Malta Chairman Charles Mangion

January 3, 2021
by BN Writer

Outgoing Air Malta Chairman Charles Mangion looks back on what is being described as the worst year in aviation history

‘Malta’s property industry is healthy, but there is a lack of long-term vision’ – Benjamin Tabone Grech

December 24, 2020
by BN Writer

The Engel & Völkers Malta CEO on a smarter and more sustainable property industry

Revisiting Malta’s economic model: Shadow Finance Minister on re-engineering recovery and growth

December 17, 2020
by BN Writer

Mario de Marco on his vision for how Malta can emerge from the COVID-19 storm swiftly and sustainably

Malta Business Registry Launches 5-Year Strategic Plan Built On A Foundation Of Good Governance

December 11, 2020
by BN Writer

‘We need to ensure that we have a clean register, both with respect to data and the kinds of businesses ...