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3 Important Points for Prevention of Money ...

The removal of barriers to trade, the free movement of capital and people and the emergence of new technology has allowed people in the EU and around the world to better their circumstances, but lack of regulation has created loopholes in the system.


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Employment and Industrial Relations Act Malta ...

The Employment and Industrial Relations Act (EIRA) was enacted in 2002 by the Maltese Parliament to consolidate and build on earlier laws, rolling them into one and subsequently bringing the Act into line with the EQ Aqcuis Communitaire.


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The Role of the Director Under Maltese ...

A director is empowered by law to oversee all aspects of the day-to-day running of the company and to exercise all powers that do not specifically require a shareholders' resolution at a general meeting in accordance with the articles of association or the Companies Act.


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Remote gaming regulations Malta ...

Remote gaming is a cornerstone of the Maltese economy – representing 12 percent of Gross Domestic Product - and Malta has consistently been on the front foot with applying legislation to help foster the industry and attract big companies to do business on the island.


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Can Maltese citizens work abroad? ...

A substantial number of Maltese citizens are opting to work abroad, sometimes making it a permanent move, but more often than not, using it as a work/life experience when they graduate from University.


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What is the Schengen Treaty?

The Schengen Agreement was originally signed in 1985 with the principle purpose of abolishing border checks between signatories.


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The Malta Real Estate Bubble

There is no doubt that Malta’s real estate prices have increased substantially in the past few years, but is there a danger of a bubble forming and if it does, when will it burst?


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Property Market Value Index Malta ...

The Property Market Value Index Malta is a representation of the change in the price of housing which is purchased in the country over a given period and is worked out on an annual basis.


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How long does it take to process ...

Obtaining a single work permit in Malta can take as little as four weeks after government reforms have been made in order to facilitate the process.


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What is Malta ICT Law?

Business is increasingly being made in the digital space and this has led to the need for an umbrella of laws to be updated to cover this new reality alongside traditional marketplaces.


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