COVID-19: Malta Enterprise Extends Deadlines For Microinvest And Gozo Transport Schemes
03 April 2020
To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com.
On the 19th March 2020, Malta Enterprise announced the extension
of submission deadlines for two separate schemes due to the
disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In one statement Malta Enterprise communicated that the deadline
for self-employed persons to submit their MicroInvest application
will be extended from the 24th March 2020 to 30th April 2020. The
online application form is available here.
In a separate statement Malta Enterprise advised that
manufacturing undertakings operating from Gozo which benefit from
the Gozo Transport Grant Scheme will be allowed to submit their
claims for costs incurred for 2019 up to the 3rd June 2020, as
opposed to the original deadline of the 3rd April 2020. The claim
form may be found here.
Nevertheless, Malta Enterprise has encouraged applicants for
either scheme to submit their applications at the earliest possible
so that the evaluation process can still function efficiently.
Keep in touch with all developments on all matters relating to
the COVID-19 outbreak by watching this space or on our LinkedIn page.
The content of this article is intended to provide a general
guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought
about your specific circumstances.
POPULAR ARTICLES ON: Coronavirus (COVID-19) from Malta
Can Generative AI Generate IP? The Rise Of ChatGPT
For the time being, it is unwise either to underestimate the long-term potential of AI and its machine learning (ML) subcategory or to assign to it an omniscience that it does not possess.
Establishing A Single Family Office In Jersey
At its simplest, a family office can be described as a private organisation established to hold and manage the wealth of one or more families. This briefing note will focus...
Amendments To Cyprus Residency By Investment Criteria
Chrysostomides Advocates & Legal Consultants
During its session of 21 April 2023, the Council of Ministers approved a proposal by the Ministry of the Interior for a revision to the criteria related to the fast-track process...
Cayman Islands Funds And Regulatory Update May 2023
In this update, we provide a round-up of various Cayman legal and regulatory developments that occurred since the start of 2023, together with details of a number of consultations and proposed amendments that are likely to come into force shortly.