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Peugeot and Citroen owner buys Vauxhall-Opel for €2.2bn
Business News 06-03

PSA becomes Europe’s second largest carmaker, behind Volkswagen, with a combined € in revenue
DBRS confirms Malta at A, stable trend
Business News 04-03

Edward Scicluna: 'Once again this report acknowledges the effectiveness of the Government’s policies...
Hiscox shortlists Malta, Luxembourg for EU base ahead of Brexit
Business News 28-02

Lloyd's of London underwriter Hiscox will choose between Malta and Luxembourg in the coming months to ...
Greens commend tax avoidance agreement clinched by Edward Scicluna
Business News 23-02

Arnold Cassola: ‘Agreement should spell the beginning of the end of potential tax dodgers of the ilk of ...
Malta used for aggressive tax planning, European Commission says in 2017 report
Business News 22-02

EC says Malta has taken steps to address unfair tax rules, says island is now presiding over €900 million...
Maltese soft drinks industry to reduce added sugars by 10% by 2020
Business News 22-02

Local pledge to contribute to delivery of European 10% sugar reduction commitment 
Malta one of fastest-growing economies in Europe – IMF assessment
Business News 22-02

Robust job growth and low unemployment, and improved public finances, keep buoyant economy on road to further ...
HSBC registers €62.2 million pre-tax profit in 2016
Business News 21-02

Profitability was in line with expectations, thanks also to cost-reduction efforts during 2016 that offset ris...
Sant: Eurozone rules benefit stronger countries, not weaker states
Business News 21-02

Labour MEP says eurozone rules are giving an automatic advantage to stronger member states, with the fundament...
Hoteliers, restaurants and shop-owners up in arms over street vendors taking up kerbsides
Business News 21-02

GRTU and MHRA: ‘Street vendors turn Malta’s prime sites into flea markets’
Female graduates continue to outnumber their male counterparts
Business News 21-02

The business, administration and law field of study garnered 26.7% of all graduates for the academic year 2014...
Corporate tax avoidance: Maltese Presidency secures Council’s thumbs up on hybrid mismatches
Business News 21-02

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna: ‘The compromise text strikes the right balance between different views...
New Regus centre inaugurated in St Julian’s
Business News 16-02

Regus has increased its space to accommodate 161 more persons with its new St Julian’s site within the D...
Foreign direct investment up in first two quarters of 2016
Business News 14-02

Financial and insurance activities make up the bulk of the investment
Minimum wage not consistent with Malta’s economic growth
Business News 14-02

Campaigners reiterate call for increase of minimum wage by 11% spread over three years