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IIP Statistics

As already specified in the Malta Citizenship Programme regulations, the number of successful applicants who will be granted the Maltese Passport is capped at 1,800, after which the programme will be stopped. According to the latest statistics issued in 2018, the total number of applicants who have been granted approval for the Maltese passport through…

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VAT Directive – COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (EU) 2018/279

On 20 February 2018 the Council of the European Union has decided to authorise Malta by way of a derogation to Article 287 of the EU VAT Directive (2006/112) to increase to Eur20000 in the annual turnover threshold exempting persons whose economic activity consists mainly in the supply of services with a high element of…

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Highly Qualified Persons (Amendment) Rules, 2015

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Cross-Border Succesions

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The Malta Residence and Visa Programme Rules, 2015

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Public Procurement Regulations

New Public Procurement Regulations provide for the blacklisting of persons preventing them from carrying out contracts, existing or future, with public bodies if found to have committed breaches of Maltese employment law such as failure to deposit wages, to provide pay slips and to provide written employment contracts.  The Commercial Sanctions Tribunal is the entity…

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News 18 03 2015

News 18 03 2015

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Remote Gaming set to remain a focal point for Malta’s Economy.

Recently reported, the Lotteries & Gaming Authority (LGA) registered a €49.9 million surplus for the year 2013, a clear indication that gaming has remained stable amidst fears that operators would not be requiring their Maltese remote gaming licences anymore. Contrary to that most European countries have been unable to setup their own remote gaming legislation,…

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Introduction of the Trust and Trustees (Amendment) Act (Act XI of 2014)

The Trust and Trustees (Amendment) Act (Act XI of 2014) introduced new provisions to the Trust and Trustees Act with the aim of improving and enhancing Malta’s status as a trustee jurisdiction. Amongst its main amendments, this Act introduced variations in the duration of Trusts which perpetuity period is now extended to 125 years. Furthermore,…

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