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Increasing Demand For Malta Freeport Services And Regulation Of Malta Free Zones To Promote Further Expansion
Malta is a country located in a strategic position in the middle of the Mediterranean. Due to its location Malta has been a major centre for maritime operations for generations.
20 May 2019
New Regulations On The Importation Of Plant Material From Foreign Countries
If one wishes to import foreign plants into Malta or Gozo, it would be worth noting the new Propagation Material of Ornamental Plants Regulations (the "Regulations").
14 Mar 2019
Malta's Growing Maritime Industry: Place Of Supply Guidelines And VAT Regulation For Yachts Registered In Malta
New Malta Place of Supply Guidelines were issued on the 28th of February 2019 featuring new regulations on a new operating lease model surrounding the place of supply of the chartering of yachts.
28 Feb 2019
Uncertainty Surrounding The Future Of Brexit
It comes as no surprise that the British Parliament has voted against the Brexit withdrawal agreement that British Prime Minister, Theresa May, presented last November.
European Union
16 Jan 2019
Private Equity In Malta – Q&As
There are no official statistics issued by any Maltese authority in respect of merger and acquisition transaction or private equity transactions taking place in Malta or involving Maltese companies.
11 Jan 2019
Encouraging Business Between Malta And Bulgaria
In a State visit to Bulgaria, the President of Malta Marie Louise Coleiro Preca underlined the importance of Malta and Bulgaria as strategic bridges in the Mediterranean Sea and the Western Balkans respectively for both culture and economy.
27 Dec 2018
‘Get Ready' Scheme Supports SMEs That Do Business In The UK
Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Businesses Chris Cardona addressed a business breakfast titled ‘Brexit: threats, challenges and opportunities', hosted by Malta Enterprise, the Chamber of Commerce and GRTU
26 Nov 2018
Malta Ratifies The EU-Japan Strategic Partnership Agreement
The relationship between the European Union and Japan is based upon longstanding cooperation and shared fundamental values and principles such as democracy ...
26 Nov 2018
European Commission Proposals In The Area Of Employment Law
Increased labour mobility within the European Union has led the European Commission to propose a European Labour Authority with the main objectives of ensuring easier access to information for individuals and employers.
23 Nov 2018
Lex Mundi Global Arbitration Guide
As the Lex Mundi member firm for Malta, GANADO Advocates prepared the Malta chapter in Lex Mundi's Global Arbitration Guide.
16 Nov 2018
Smart Shipping
Blockchain technology offers the opportunity to make shipping paperless, says Adrian Attard.
25 Sep 2018
European Commission Verdict On Maltese Tonnage Tax Scheme
The European Commission has conditionally approved under EU State aid rules the Maltese tonnage tax scheme for a period of 10 years.
15 Feb 2018
Proposed Geo-Blocking Regulation Faces Backlash
Following a proposal which was put forward by the Commission in May 2016, on the 6th February, 2018, the European Parliament voted in favour of a proposed regulation on addressing unjustified geo-blocking.
14 Feb 2018
Brexit: Awareness, Understanding And Action
The implications of Brexit on the business community: Brexit is the most historic economic division between major economies since the Second World War.
European Union
5 Sep 2017
Ukraine And Malta In Talks To Explore Business Opportunities
Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Businesses Chris Cardona met First Vice President of Antonov Iurii Kordianin at their head office in Kiev, Ukraine.
14 Aug 2017
Landmark CJEU Ruling On The Sale Of Multimedia Players Which Stream Pirated Content
At the end of April 2017, the European Court of Justice (‘CJEU') issued a landmark ruling concluding that the sale of a multimedia player...
8 Jun 2017
Ban Of Islamic Headscarves At The Workplace: The Position Of The European Court Of Justice
The European Court of Justice (the "ECJ") has recently ruled on the case C-157/15 related to Ms. Samira Achbita, a receptionist working for the company G4S Secure Solutions NV.
17 May 2017
Employees' Financial Rights In The Case Of A Transfer Of An Undertaking: The Interpretation Of Article 3 Of The Transfers Of Undertakings Directive 2001/23/EC Provided By The European Court Of Justice
On the 6th April 2017, in the case C-336/15, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") provided an interpretation of article 3 of the Transfers of Undertakings Directive 2001/23/EC...
European Union
27 Apr 2017
Managing Brexit – Planning Ahead For Your Insurance Business - April 11, 2017
Britain's formal notification of its exit from the EU on 29 March, days after the EU celebrated its 60th anniversary...
19 Apr 2017
Boost Of Private Investment In Neighbouring Regions
During the second working session, the ministers exchanged views on the issue of tax certainty in a changing environment.
European Union
19 Apr 2017
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