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 14 May 2020 
The TAKEOFF Seed Fund Awards has been allocated a substantial sum of €100,000 thanks to a joint initiative between the Ministry for the Economy and the University of Malta.
 28 Apr 2020 Admin
The Investment Migration Council's thorough review of Dr Jean Philippe Chetcuti's international professional practices in Investment Migration has re-affirmed the firm's pre-eminence as a leading citizenship by investment lawyer, upholding the ethical standards of the IMC Code of Ethics and confirming the highest levels of professional conduct. Senior lawyer Dr JP Chetcuti is a long standing member of the IMC and a speaker at various IMC Forums and Workshops in Geneva and Malta.
 27 Apr 2020 
Malta Government announces €5.3 million fund for COVID-19 Research & Development to encourage innovation, research and development in COVID-19 and other pandemic related R&D.
As we celebrate World Book and Copyright Day, the importance of Intellectual Property rights in order to protect creativity becomes ever so more clear.
In light of the Covid-19 situation, Identity Malta has introduced a number of measures aimed at digitalizing its services whilst taking the appropriate measures in the interest of its employees and the general public.
 02 Apr 2020 Dr Christine Sammut
Malta offers an advantageous procedure by which the importation of yachts to be used in furtherance of a commercial enterprise is not subject to the payment of VAT on such yacht. The procedure was amended in 2020.
Coronavirus financial aid package just launched
By virtue of Legal Notice 69 of 2020, the Maltese Parliament approved various amendments to amend a number of tax residence programmes, namely the Malta Retirement Programme, the Malta Global Residence Programme, The Residence Programme and the United Nations Pension Programme.
 23 Mar 2020 Dr Christine Sammut
Earlier this year the guidelines governing the place of supply for the leasing of pleasure yachts were updated by the Commissioner for Inland Revenue. The guidelines explain the ways in which the use and enjoyment of pleasure yachts is to be tackled for VAT purposes.
Businesses are facing financial hardship during this challenging period. They are seeing their revenues decline through decreased sales income, increase in expenses in order to introduce systems aimed at empowering their workforce to work remotely, bringing into action business continuity plans and other factors which are causing liquidity strain. For this purpose the government of Malta has announced a number of measures in order to temporarily assist with this burden.


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