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Mamo TCV Advocates
The EU's Special Committee on Agriculture supported the Commission's draft Directive.
Malta
DF Advocates
The effects of the recent Coronavirus outbreak have been intensifying for the last couple of weeks...
GANADO Advocates
New additional restrictive measures have been announced by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and the Ministry for Health during a press conference which was held on Sunday 22 March 2020, which measures shall be effective as from Monday 23rd March at 8:00am.
WH Partners
As headlines on the novel coronavirus continue to escalate and the World Health Organisation now categorises the outbreak as a pandemic, the MGA and MBR
WH Partners
The recent reported cases of novel coronavirus in Malta have called authorities into action to tackle this unprecedented situation.
Camilleri Preziosi Advocates
Members of our pharmaceutical and healthcare team recently attended the Medical Cannabiz World Summit held on the 4 and 5 November 2019 in Malta.
WH Partners
In December 2018, Malta's Parliament enacted the Production of Cannabis for Medicinal and Research Purposes Act which provides the legislative framework ...
Finance Malta
The use of competition law to regulate the pharmaceutical industry is beginning to see a new impetus.
Dixcart
This presents an opportunity for entrepreneurs and investors.
Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates
If there is one certainty about Brexit, it's the uncertainty that it has ushered in across almost all industries in the UK.
Mamo TCV Advocates
On the 15 January 2018 a Bill was introduced by the Honourable Chris Cardona, M.P., Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Businesses, to permit the local industrial production of cannabis products for medical use in the context of a controlled and supervised environment.
Finance Malta
As at the end of December 2016, the stock position of Foreign Direct Investment in Malta stood at €161.4 billion, while Direct Investment abroad amounted to €62.1 billion.
Mamo TCV Advocates
Following Brexit, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be forced to relocate its headquarters out of London. Several EU Member States have already expressed an interest in hosting the EMA.
KPMG Malta
Nutraceuticals: A tongue twisting term that in its simplest definition describes food products that have a medicinal benefit.
EMD Advocates
Malta is at the door of an exciting era as it prepares for the birth of a new multi million euro investment life sciences project set to be finished in 2014.
PwC Malta
The healthcare sector is extremely broad and diverse.
PwC Malta
Considering the current demand for resources, the governments cannot continue to increase healthcare funding. Instead, healthcare organisations will be required to look at new ways of allocating and utilising resources.
EMD Advocates
In view of the particular nature of the market for medicinal products, Maltese law provides for specific provisions.
Fenech & Fenech Advocates
The European Commission Communication on agricultural product quality policy (COM (2009) 234 final) adopted on the 28th May 2009 proposes, amongst other matters, developing the concept of food labelling and quality scheme rules within the EU regime to include particular labelling to evidence where certain products have been farmed – “the place-of-farming labelling”.
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