Almost 700,000 passenger movements in August, making it the airport's busiest month
An unprecedented total number of passengers have passed through Malta International Airport this month, a "noteworthy increase of 14.8%" over the same month in 2016
Rise of global financial crime requires ‘more invasive’ scrutiny from banks
HSBC Malta hosts event to help customers turn compliance into business advantage
GO reports improved revenues and profitability during first six months of the year

GO plc has announced improved results for the six month period to 30 June 2017, with growth in revenues and profitability as well as robust cash generation

GO plc has announced improved results for the six month...

BOV to launch contactless cards

BOV says that contactless cards combine the security and peace-of-mind of chip-and-pin, with the ease of use afforded by wireless technology

BOV says that contactless cards combine the security and...

Joe Bannister’s replacement at helm of MFSA 'not yet identified'

There will be no changes to the position of MFSA chairman, before the...

There will be no changes to the position of MFSA chairman,...

Air Malta operates record 80 flights in 48 hours

Over 12,000 passengers travelled on Air Malta last weekend in what the airline...

Over 12,000 passengers travelled on Air Malta last weekend...

Central Bank removes 422 counterfeit euro banknotes during 2017

At 422 pieces, the overall quantity of counterfeits withdrawn from circulation...

At 422 pieces, the overall quantity of counterfeits...

72 new vehicle licences issued daily

The majority of new vehicle licences issued, 4,751, were to passenger cars

The majority of new vehicle licences issued,...

HSBC pre-tax profit up 5% to $10.2 billion in first half 2017

HSBC said profits were up in the first half of the year in what it called an...

HSBC said profits were up in the first half of the year in...

Scientists have found a way of showing how Malta is a global top ten tax haven

Computational scientists from the University of Amsterdam, analysing over 98 million firms across the world connected through 71 million ownership relations,...

Computational scientists from the University of Amsterdam,...

Government expenditure’s up as revenue increases by €171.4 million

In January-June 2017, Government’s Consolidated Fund registered a deficit of €92.0 million

In January-June 2017, Government’s Consolidated Fund...

Former BOV chairman takes helm at APS Bank

Frederick Mifsud Bonnici took over at the helm of APS Bank following the...

Frederick Mifsud Bonnici took over at the helm of APS Bank...

Melita-Vodafone: What’s in it for you? The MCA thinks mobile prices could rise

Vodafone Malta is selling off to Melita: would a duopoly make consumers’ lives better? The MCA thinks mobile phone prices could rise, but we also asked...

Vodafone Malta is selling off to Melita: would a duopoly...

Malta lays the ground for a blockchain revolution

Maltese government wants to be pioneer in embracing blockchain and woo...

Maltese government wants to be pioneer in embracing...

June sees 1,000 less people registering for work

The number of persons registering for work this June stood at 2,432...

The number of persons registering for work this June stood...

Smart City inked promise-of-sale on Shoreline land before MPs vote on masterplan changes

A promise-of-sale agreement between SmartCity Malta and the company Ricasoli Properties has already been signed for the sale of land to be developed into the...

A promise-of-sale agreement between SmartCity Malta and the...

[WATCH] Dubai development mogul in Castille talks

Hussain Sajwani, a Dubai development tycoon, had a private meeting with Prime...

Hussain Sajwani, a Dubai development tycoon, had a private...

Counterfeit producers held by Malta Customs almost double in a year

Counterfeit and undeclared products held by the Malta’s Customs rise from...

Counterfeit and undeclared products held by the...

IMF approves $1.8 billion loan for Greece 'in principle'

The International Monetary Fund agreed to a new conditional bailout...

The International Monetary Fund agreed to a new...

Malta registers highest surplus in the European Union

At 3.5 per cent of GDP, Malta has exceeded the surplus reported by Germany and...

At 3.5 per cent of GDP, Malta has exceeded the surplus...

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