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The difference between winding up and dissolution ...

Winding up and dissolution are related and two parts of the process which leads to a company ceasing operations and paying off creditors.

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Aviation management companies in Malta ...

Malta has a long-established and illustrious reputation within the aviation sector and one can find a huge cross-section of aviation management companies in Malta, which have taken advantage of excellent facilities and a very favourable tax regime.

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Merchant Shipping Act Malta

All ship registrations in Malta and the provision of related services are regulated by The Merchant Shipping Act Malta, under the auspices of the Transport Ministry which is responsible for maritime affairs.

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The Importance of Family Businesses and their ...

Family-owned businesses are the beating heart of any developed economy, and Malta is no exception.

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Car cash allowance Malta

Car cash allowances can be given to employees in Malta if they use their vehicle while on official business.

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All you need to know about vehicle ...

Vehicle registration in Malta is quite a straightforward affair, which involves applying through Transport Malta, the directorate responsible for all forms of travel on the islands.

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Malta flag state requirements for seafarers ...

Malta ratified the 2006 Maritime Labour Convention in January 2013 and transposed it into the Merchant Shipping Rules under the auspices of the Merchant Shipping Directorate in August of that year.

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Is royalty income passive or active? ...

The successful development and deployment of Intellectual Property leads to economic gain for the holder while offering benefits to society at large through the exploitation and utilisation of what has been created.

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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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