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The Malta Commissioner for Inland Revenue (CIR) has issued guidelines seeking to present further clarity with regards to the reporting obligations in connection with the mandatory automatic exchange of information in relation to reportable cross-border arrangements (DAC6)
After years of negotiations, talks and discussions, a last minute agreement was reached between the UK (Britain) and the European Union on Thursday 24th December 2020, hence averting 2021 chaos for cross-border traders and hailing a measure of certainty for businesses after years of Brexit turmoil.
A short guide to the rules and regulations applicable to Companies' reconstruction, restructuring & winding up in COVID 19 pandemic times.
 30 Dec 2020 Admin
Claris Foundation, together with blogger and mumpreneur Lorinda Mamo worked to created bags of crafts, creative items, stationery, toiletries, and other innovative items to be delivered to the 28 children at St Angela Home of the Ursoline Sisters in Pieta, Malta.
 23 Dec 2020 Dr. Christine Sammut
Public Holidays falling on the Weekend to be added to Employees’ Malta Annual Leave Entitlement
 17 Dec 2020 Anja Cassar
Maltese law firm Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates announces its collaboration with Andersen Global, an international association of legally separate, independent member firms comprised of tax and legal professionals around the world.
In 2019, the National Writers' Congress, after consultation with the relevant industry stakeholders, kicked off a process for the reform of Malta’s current copyright laws, resulting in a proposal for a revised Copyright Act and the establishment of the National Book Council Act in October 2020.
 29 Oct 2020 Dr. Susanna Deguara
The importation of counterfeit products amounts to a staggering 6.8% of all imports according to Customs Officials. The battle against illicit products is changing, especially with the rapid demand in medical supplies.
 19 Oct 2020 Dr. Susanna Deguara
Coming at perhaps a volatile period for the economy, with the COVID-19 pandemic persisting through the autumn months, it is expected that tonight’s budget will assist businesses re-grow whilst continuing to generate consumption.
In a public announcement on Thursday, WTO announced that for the first time ever, its vacant top job of Director-General has been narrowed to two contenders - Harvard-trained former Nigerian finance minister and South Korea’s trade minister. This is a forward-looking and promising step for such an institution. May the best woman win!


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