Ukraine marks 31st Independence Day from Soviet rule amid six months of war with Russia

August 24, 2022
by Helena Grech

It first declared independence from the Soviet Union on 24th August 1991

Russia’s wartime economy might not be doing so well after all

August 19, 2022
by Robert Fenech

A deep dive into Russian economic data shows a country teetering towards calamity

Central Bank steps in to exchange currency for displaced Ukrainian nationals in Malta

August 1, 2022
by Helena Grech

The central bank of Malta signed a currency exchange agreement with the national bank of Ukraine

‘This war basically touches upon everything,’ says former foreign minister Evarist Bartolo on Ukraine

July 27, 2022
by Rebecca Anastasi

‘In terms of the European security architecture, it’s opened a deep wound which is going to take long to heal’

Grain prices fall as Ukraine and Russia sign UN-backed deal to restart grain exports

July 22, 2022
by Helena Grech

A signing ceremony took place in Istanbul

European countries asked to cut gas use by 15% until spring

July 20, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The European Commission’s proposal is intended to reduce the bloc’s dependence on Russia

As Russia’s war against Ukraine rages on, new ways of doing business – and surviving – are forged

July 12, 2022
by Rebecca Anastasi

Financial advisor Paul Bonello talks of the ‘seismic shift’ in foreign policy and business

Russia in first foreign debt default since Lenin

June 27, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Sanctions have made it impossible for the country to service its debt obligations

EU Commission backs Ukraine and Moldova for candidate status

June 17, 2022
by Helena Grech

This is the first step in a lengthy process

Malta Development Bank launches €150 million plan to help businesses affected by Ukraine war

June 15, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The Liquidity Support Guarantee Scheme is targeted towards all impacted business, with specific measures aimed at fuel and oil importers

EU finds compromise on Russian oil-ban: pipeline good, sealine bad

May 31, 2022
by Robert Fenech

European leaders have been looking for a way to cut off financing for Putin’s war machine

‘Russia is using hunger and grain to wield power’ – European Commission

May 27, 2022
by Helena Grech

Russia’s war in Ukraine has led to a massive spike in the price of essential food items, such as wheat ...

McDonald’s to sell Russian business, says it is ‘not consistent’ with the company’s values

May 16, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The announcement comes over two months after it paused operations following the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Dubai rolls out red carpet for Russian companies and individuals fleeing sanctions

May 5, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Property purchases by Russians in the Middle Eastern emirate surged by 67% in the first quarter of the year

Malta-bound Russian oligarch’s superyacht diverts to Beirut

April 26, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The Malta-flagged vessel and its owner have so far avoided appearing on any European sanctions list

Ukraine marks 31st Independence Day from Soviet rule amid six months of war with Russia

August 24, 2022
by Helena Grech

It first declared independence from the Soviet Union on 24th August 1991

Russia’s wartime economy might not be doing so well after all

August 19, 2022
by Robert Fenech

A deep dive into Russian economic data shows a country teetering towards calamity

Central Bank steps in to exchange currency for displaced Ukrainian nationals in Malta

August 1, 2022
by Helena Grech

The central bank of Malta signed a currency exchange agreement with the national bank of Ukraine

‘This war basically touches upon everything,’ says former foreign minister Evarist Bartolo on Ukraine

July 27, 2022
by Rebecca Anastasi

‘In terms of the European security architecture, it’s opened a deep wound which is going to take long to heal’

Grain prices fall as Ukraine and Russia sign UN-backed deal to restart grain exports

July 22, 2022
by Helena Grech

A signing ceremony took place in Istanbul

European countries asked to cut gas use by 15% until spring

July 20, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The European Commission’s proposal is intended to reduce the bloc’s dependence on Russia

As Russia’s war against Ukraine rages on, new ways of doing business – and surviving – are forged

July 12, 2022
by Rebecca Anastasi

Financial advisor Paul Bonello talks of the ‘seismic shift’ in foreign policy and business

Russia in first foreign debt default since Lenin

June 27, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Sanctions have made it impossible for the country to service its debt obligations

EU Commission backs Ukraine and Moldova for candidate status

June 17, 2022
by Helena Grech

This is the first step in a lengthy process

Malta Development Bank launches €150 million plan to help businesses affected by Ukraine war

June 15, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The Liquidity Support Guarantee Scheme is targeted towards all impacted business, with specific measures aimed at fuel and oil importers

EU finds compromise on Russian oil-ban: pipeline good, sealine bad

May 31, 2022
by Robert Fenech

European leaders have been looking for a way to cut off financing for Putin’s war machine

‘Russia is using hunger and grain to wield power’ – European Commission

May 27, 2022
by Helena Grech

Russia’s war in Ukraine has led to a massive spike in the price of essential food items, such as wheat ...

McDonald’s to sell Russian business, says it is ‘not consistent’ with the company’s values

May 16, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The announcement comes over two months after it paused operations following the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Dubai rolls out red carpet for Russian companies and individuals fleeing sanctions

May 5, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Property purchases by Russians in the Middle Eastern emirate surged by 67% in the first quarter of the year

Malta-bound Russian oligarch’s superyacht diverts to Beirut

April 26, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The Malta-flagged vessel and its owner have so far avoided appearing on any European sanctions list