Where dairy meets economic planning: Why did Government need to save Malta’s cows?

December 3, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Finance Minister Clyde Caruana gives students a valuable lesson in avoiding spilled milk

Government losing out on €287 million in uncollected VAT payments

December 2, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The increase in uncollected VAT between 2018 and 2019 was the highest in the EU

Opposition says imported pork is taking over as 40 pig farms shut down in four years

November 30, 2021
by Helena Grech

The PN called on the state to intervene by aiding local producers

Recovery continues as transport, accommodation & restaurants almost double last summer’s figures

November 29, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The precipitous drops in GDP experienced in 2020 are being matched by steep increases this year

The Malta Chamber and the Central Bank of Malta ask: Is inflation here to stay or is it transitory?

November 26, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Inflation has become extremely topical after many years of price stability within the Euro zone

A shift in perspective: Turning waste from a problem into a resource

November 24, 2021
by Teri Spiteri

Steady improvements at WasteServ have laid the groundwork for massive growth over the next five years

Fitch confirms Malta’s A+ rating, greylisting not yet materially impacting economy

November 22, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

The impact could change, however, if Malta were to remain on the grey list for an extended period of time

Malta presents metro studies to the European Commission

November 17, 2021
by Helena Grech

The current proposal for Malta’s metro system is estimated to cost €2.6 billion

International oil prices: Malta’s Government to lower fuel tax to cover rising costs

November 11, 2021
by Helena Grech

The measure is expected to be formalised via a legal notice to be published on Thursday

Central Bank’s Business Conditions Index shows economy slowly recovering from COVID-19

November 10, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Increase in GDP and employment rates compared to same period last year

‘Malta must find the strength to re-emerge morally and politically stronger’ – Paul Bonello

November 3, 2021
by Rebecca Anastasi

The outspoken financial advisor & stockbroker urges swift action to ensure the prosperity of future generations in a post-pandemic world

A dizzying 2022: FATF judgement alongside post-pandemic recovery, an election & climate goals

November 3, 2021
by Jo Caruana

Local economist Marie Briguglio shares her outlook for 2022 in the Autumn edition of Business Now magazine

Greylisting: BOV CEO confirms ‘very isolated cases’ where payments had to be returned to clients

November 2, 2021
by Helena Grech

So far, one of the main impacts from Malta’s greylisting has been increased checks on money transfers

Can the catering sector weather the COVID storm? This & more in Business Now magazine’s Autumn edition

October 29, 2021
by Helena Grech

Apart from exploring greylisting, COVID & catering, this edition also highlights Malta’s industry greats

Impact of greylisting depends heavily on stance foreign banks take on doing business with Malta

October 29, 2021
by Jo Caruana

A local economist says Malta already suffered brunt of global de-risking by the banking community

Where dairy meets economic planning: Why did Government need to save Malta’s cows?

December 3, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Finance Minister Clyde Caruana gives students a valuable lesson in avoiding spilled milk

Government losing out on €287 million in uncollected VAT payments

December 2, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The increase in uncollected VAT between 2018 and 2019 was the highest in the EU

Opposition says imported pork is taking over as 40 pig farms shut down in four years

November 30, 2021
by Helena Grech

The PN called on the state to intervene by aiding local producers

Recovery continues as transport, accommodation & restaurants almost double last summer’s figures

November 29, 2021
by Robert Fenech

The precipitous drops in GDP experienced in 2020 are being matched by steep increases this year

The Malta Chamber and the Central Bank of Malta ask: Is inflation here to stay or is it transitory?

November 26, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Inflation has become extremely topical after many years of price stability within the Euro zone

A shift in perspective: Turning waste from a problem into a resource

November 24, 2021
by Teri Spiteri

Steady improvements at WasteServ have laid the groundwork for massive growth over the next five years

Fitch confirms Malta’s A+ rating, greylisting not yet materially impacting economy

November 22, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

The impact could change, however, if Malta were to remain on the grey list for an extended period of time

Malta presents metro studies to the European Commission

November 17, 2021
by Helena Grech

The current proposal for Malta’s metro system is estimated to cost €2.6 billion

International oil prices: Malta’s Government to lower fuel tax to cover rising costs

November 11, 2021
by Helena Grech

The measure is expected to be formalised via a legal notice to be published on Thursday

Central Bank’s Business Conditions Index shows economy slowly recovering from COVID-19

November 10, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Increase in GDP and employment rates compared to same period last year

‘Malta must find the strength to re-emerge morally and politically stronger’ – Paul Bonello

November 3, 2021
by Rebecca Anastasi

The outspoken financial advisor & stockbroker urges swift action to ensure the prosperity of future generations in a post-pandemic world

A dizzying 2022: FATF judgement alongside post-pandemic recovery, an election & climate goals

November 3, 2021
by Jo Caruana

Local economist Marie Briguglio shares her outlook for 2022 in the Autumn edition of Business Now magazine

Greylisting: BOV CEO confirms ‘very isolated cases’ where payments had to be returned to clients

November 2, 2021
by Helena Grech

So far, one of the main impacts from Malta’s greylisting has been increased checks on money transfers

Can the catering sector weather the COVID storm? This & more in Business Now magazine’s Autumn edition

October 29, 2021
by Helena Grech

Apart from exploring greylisting, COVID & catering, this edition also highlights Malta’s industry greats

Impact of greylisting depends heavily on stance foreign banks take on doing business with Malta

October 29, 2021
by Jo Caruana

A local economist says Malta already suffered brunt of global de-risking by the banking community