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  • Higher education institute students place among world top 10

    Higher education institute students place among world top 10

    Twenty-seven students from St Martin’s Institute of Higher Education, a licensed higher education institution by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education and affiliate institution of the University of London, ranked in the top 10...

  • Summer party at Cavalieri

    Summer party at Cavalieri

    STM Malta held its annual summer party at the Cavalieri Art Hotel. The music, seaside, food and surprises created an excellent ambience for the evening.  Deborah Schembri, managing director of STM Malta, said such events gave all the team the...

  • Halmann Vella imports new brand

    Halmann Vella imports new brand

    Halmann Vella has added a new brand to its range – Infinity: The Engineered Surface. Infinity specialises in the production of high-performance slabs in porcelain stoneware up to a maximum measurement of 1,620 × 3,240mm. The slabs are composed...

  • The significant benefits of a great property management system

    The number of consumers in the hospitality industry in Malta keeps growing every year, which is why many business owners realise the importance of having a good hospitality management system. Such a system enables businesses to provide the same...

  • University trains staffof Identity Malta agency

    University trains staffof Identity Malta agency

    At a ceremony held on September 19 at the University of Malta, nine Identity Malta employees received a certificate of achievement for successfully completing the assessment requirements for ‘LAS3011 Aspects of Civil Law and Practice’. This short...

  • BPW event at Verdala Palace

    BPW event at Verdala Palace

    BPW (Valletta) Malta, in collaboration with Spazio Margutta, creators and producers of the Premio Margutta – La Via delle Arti, and BPW (Rome) Italy, recently held its prestigious gala award ceremony at Verdala Palace, Buskett. The Business and...

  • New Tivoli bids to compete with big industry names

    New Tivoli bids to compete with big industry names

    In the early 1960s, SsangYong Motors was the only Korean automobile manufacturer focusing on off-road vehicles with the assembly of Jeeps for the US army. Since the turn of the decade, and through becoming a subsidiary of the Indian conglomerate...

  • Awarded IPM Fellowship

    Awarded IPM Fellowship

    Following four years of working on the research project to develop community-based tourism and local tourism planning in Malta (‘Developing tourism in Malta and Gozo through its people and culture – meet the locals’), Julian Zarb was awarded a...

  • Competition dynamics of the mobile telephony sector

    Competition dynamics of the mobile telephony sector

    The Maltese mobile telephony sector has made significant strides over the past years, especially in bringing new products to the market and in rolling out infrastructure to supply improved mobile broadband services on a nationwide scale. Rising...

  • Advantages, disadvantages of the increasing use of nominee accounts

    Advantages, disadvantages of the increasing use of nominee accounts

    The European finance industry underwent a big revolution in the past decade, with the apex being reached earlier this year with the introduction of the MiFID II Directive. These changes have left financial institutions with a more challenging task...

  • Maltco launches new game

    Maltco launches new game

    Maltco Lotteries have launched a new game, Superstar, with the first inaugural draw taking place on Friday, October 5. Superstar is a unique numerical game of chance featuring a double matrix form, in which players can play by choosing at least...

  • Receding trade fears propel stocks to six-month peak

    The US dollar rebounded and world shares hit a more than six-month high yesterday after China’s moves to boost domestic consumption bolstered a rally driven by investor bets the latest US-Sino trade salvoes were unlikely to dent global growth. The...

  • The economics of self-responsibility

    The economics of self-responsibility

    In Malta, like in most countries in the rest of the world, we tend to blame society, culture, the fact that we are a small country, institutions such as the Catholic Church or the Law Courts, the government and whoever else we can think of, for...

  • Strengthening institutional links leading to trade growth between Malta and India

    Strengthening institutional links leading to trade growth between Malta and India

    Welcoming guests to the Malta-India Business Forum, Frank V. Farrugia, president of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, said that cooperation between Malta and India was translating into a better exploitation of Malta’s...

  • Planning for the future

    Planning for the future

    A healthier diet based on artificially synthesised foods and improvements in medical care will see life expectancy rise over the next four decades. According to Eurostat data, this will see the number of 60+ persons double from the current 11 per...

  • Stocks climb as trade concerns ease, dollar slips

    World stock markets rallied yesterday, while the US dollar slipped, amid expectations that fresh US and Chinese tariffs on reciprocal imports will be less harsh than feared. Still, investors remained cautious about the next steps in the US-Sino...

  • The largest capitalised company on the MSE

    The largest capitalised company on the MSE

    Both indices calculated by the Malta Stock Exchange (MSE), the MSE Equity Price Index and the MSE Total Return Index, are weighted by the market capitalisation of each of the various constituents of the indices, namely all the companies whose...

  • Innovate and compete

    EIT InnoEnergy, Europe’s sustainable energy engine supported by the EIT, has announced the cut-off date for applications to its 2018 investment round for supporting revolutionary, cleantech and sustainable energy innovations. Maltese innovators...

  • World stocks bat aside trade war fears

    Global equities rallied for a second straight day yesterday while safe-haven assets such as US bonds and the Japanese yen slipped to multi-week lows as investors bet the escalating US-China trade spat would inflict less damage than feared. The...

  • Shipping movements - September 20, 2018

    The following ships are expected in Malta: The SC Mara from Suez Canal to Tanger Med, the APL Gwangyang from Genoa to Beirut (both CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the Maersk Laberinto from Malaga to Genoa (Thomas Smith & Co. Ltd), the MV Eurocargo...