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Would you dare to place a company in Malta?

First of all there are many appreciations about Malta. Because some consider it a tax haven, others to launder money, among many other things. But all that is not entirely true.

Malta despite being an archipelago of islands located in the Mediterranean Sea and one of the smallest countries in Europe, has one of the most stable economies.

Malta’s economy is heavily industrialized and modernized. It is not only a tourist destination par excellence, but a good place to invest.

Malta has the best foreign investment incentives on the European continent. This country has clear and precise legislation on companies. And best of all, they accept documents in English, which is great, documents for business constitution and accounting.

Malta also has advanced online systems to make tax returns, deliver business documentation, that is, it makes things much easier when you want to invest in that country. Apart from that it has the tax rates related to the lowest taxes in Europe.

But before you dare to place a company in Malta, please read carefully the aspects below.

Aspects to consider before investing in Malta.

  • Before investing in Malta, you need an overview of that country’s economy. For that, here I mention the following economic indicators:
  • Malta has the euro as its legal tender, so if you decide to invest here, your investment will be supported by a strong currency, free of inflation.
  • The inflation rate in Malta is 1.2% for April 2020, based on data expressed in Tradingeconomics.
  • The CPI Consumer Price Index in Malta for April 2020 is 3.5%, according to the daily expansion.
  • The Gross Domestic Product in Malta for the year 2019 was 13,209 million euros, taking as reference the information published by the daily expansion.

These economic indicators translate into Malta being a country with a healthy and stable economy. This is because their indices are in balance, the supply and demand for products and services is favorable.

These data are crucial when preparing an investment project or business plan, if you want to open a company in Malta. Since these indicators favor investment return times and make the value of the business remain over the years.

The risks of investing here are relatively low, although there are certain cases of corruption regarding banks in this country. Due to the money laundering cases of people and companies, because it works a bit like Panama in the banking scheme, due to its flexibility.

In reference to the fact that this country is classified as a tax haven, it is because they offer ideal tax incentives for companies.

Furthermore, they have a flexible and well-defined margin of legality.

Ideal investments in Malta.

Malta offers you a range of possibilities to invest, and here we show you what they are:

Investment funds: this is not exactly a business, but it is a way to protect your money well and invest it wisely. The Malta Stock Exchange is small but highly profitable and robust, in addition to offering fund management services to traditional funds, hedge funds and private equity funds with web access to investor information and fund management.

Time deposits and savings accounts: Despite the money laundering or corruption scandals, Malta has overcome this with the strengthening of its banking system, considered to be one of the most robust in Europe. Maltese banks offer many investment instruments where you can save and earn profitability based on your savings, the rates are high and favorable for users, whether local or foreign.

The most important banks in Malta are HSBC and Bank of Valletta. There are other very advantageous financial institutions such as Banif Bank, which is an excellent alternative and they are a little faster when it comes to opening a bank account.

Tourism: Malta has one of the oldest and most beautiful architectures in Europe, located in the Mediterranean Sea, this makes it an ideal place to invest in tourism. Malta has wonderful beaches and cities, which must be used to boost tourism in this area and because it is one of the pillars of the Maltese economy. In addition, the climate is sunny throughout the year and is a quintessential European paradise destination.

Restaurants: This country is relatively small, but due to its influx of tourists, plus its very population, everyone prefers to eat in restaurants. Restaurants are highly demanded in this archipelago, but they always offer Mediterranean cuisine, if you can place other types of restaurants that offer greater variety or with a new concept, never seen before in Malta, go ahead it will be a successful business.

Textile industry: Malta has innovative and technological industries in the textile area, this is where the best fabrics, threads and cottons from Europe come from. These types of industries receive government subsidies, and for exporting textile products it is the most suitable country for its strategic location in Europe and its international trade system, one of the most efficient in Europe.

Electronic commerce: in this aspect, I want to cover two branches: online commerce and the purchase and sale of electronic articles. When it comes to online commerce in reference to online stores (whatever it is literally), this country is ideal for this business, you can buy your merchandise in Malta, which can be cheap and resell it online to the rest of Europe , within this scheme you can market electronic products, both within Malta and outside this country.

Real estate agencies: Properties in Malta are ideal for both living and renting for holiday or commercial purposes. Many Europeans and Americans invest in real estate in Malta to get the most out of it, whether it is to live a quieter life than in other cities or to rent it to tourists, shops or restaurants. The premises and houses in Malta are reasonably priced, so if you can help foreigners to buy the best property on this island full of opportunity, place your real estate agency in Malta.

Insurance: Malta not only strengthened its banking system but also the insurance scheme. In this country you can place insurers of real estate, vehicles or tourism policies, this is a large market in Malta, the legislation in this country is quite flexible regarding insurance. But this sector lacks supply but if in great demand, take advantage of this great opportunity in Malta.

Incentives that drive foreign investment in Malta.

Financial incentives

  • Subsidies in the interest rates for the credits consigned to support the new investment projects for companies and industries.
  • Loan guarantees to support businesses with the purchase of capital assets.
  • Contributions for investment of up to 50% of costs in machines and facilities. This incentive is granted to manufacturing companies.
  • Monetary aid for investment of 20% of the amount of industrial buildings and structures. These grants are given to manufacturing industries.
  • Flexible credits that cover up to 75% of the invested capital.
  • Financing from 35% to 80% of training costs.
  • Access to property rentals with reduced prices and fees.

Tax incentives

  • Tax credit that goes up as a percentage of the cost of capital investment, or the value of wages for twenty-four months that cover the new jobs created.
  • Tax credits for eligible expenses made during the primary development of products and solutions.
  • Tax credit for costs incurred for outsourced research and for the acquisition of technical knowledge and patents, including the cost of the material needed for the project.
  • Companies active in the research and development sector benefit from a number of tax exemptions.
  • No copyright tax is applied while receiving in Malta. Furthermore, patents registered in categories such as industrial, fundamental and experimental research are exempt from taxes.
  • Copyright on copyrighted materials and intellectual property for musical, literary, audiovisual and artistic works registered in Malta is exempt from tax.

Incentives for Pymes:

  • Reduced percentages in Income Tax:
  • -5% during the first seven years of activity.
  • -10% for the following six years.
  • -15% for the next five years.
  • Tax credits from investment: In order to benefit from these credits, companies must maintain their investment for at least five continuous years in Malta. These tax credits represent percentages applied to investment expenses incurred by the company, or as a percentage of wages derived from the employment created by the investment.
  • For small companies, this percentage will be 65%.
  • For large companies the applied percentage will be 50%.

Incentives for manufacturing industries:

  • Reduced percentages in Income Tax:
  • 5% during the first 7 years.
  • 10% for the following 6 years.
  • 15% for the next 5 years.
  • For new companies, since their base period will be zero or zero, all profits for the first three years will be taxed at a reduced rate of 5%.
  • Reliefs on the investment made:
  • 50% of the cost of the investment made in equipment and machinery.
  • 20% of the cost of investment in industrial properties.
  • Reduced rates on reinvested profits: The normal Corporation Tax in Malta is 35%, but when taxable profits are reinvested in approved projects within the country, this tax rate will be reduced to 15.75%.

Very important notes:

Levies are expenses that can be deducted from income for tax calculation, an example is medical expenses.

Taxable benefits and expenses are those to which taxes can be applied.
Tax credits are an amount of money in favor of the company, which would be a taxpayer. And when calculating the tax obligation, the taxpayer can deduct it from the tax debit (that is, their debt) to obtain the amount to be paid to the State, for taxes.

Institutions promoting investment in Malta

Malta Enterprise: is a state agency tasked with promoting foreign investment and industrial development in Malta. Among the programs offered by this agency we have:

  • B.Start: aid to start an activity, through initial financing for the creation of companies.
  • Micro Invest: The purpose of this program is to stimulate companies to invest in their business, innovate, expand and apply compliance policies or to develop their operations.
  • Soft loan program to support businesses through low-interest loans for spending co-financing investments.
  • Gozo Transportation Grant Scheme: This program supports companies operating from Gozo by reducing transportation costs between the islands.
  • Rental Grant – This program helps small businesses engaged in manufacturing activities that require industrial space as a temporary or permanent solution.

Maltese Chamber of Commerce: responsible for advising and promoting business in Malta.

Spanish-Maltese Chamber of Commerce: this has the function of helping Spanish-speaking foreigners to develop their businesses in Malta.

Free zones in Malta:

Malta Freeport is a free zone located in the port of Marsaxlokk in the south of the island of Malta. In this area, the products have very low taxes, in addition, products can be imported and exported in large quantities from this port. It is safe and they have consulting companies that will help you in your import and export operations.

Other incentives:

  • Classification employment in Innovation and Creativity. This measure facilitates the employment of non-residents, temporarily alleviating fiscal expenses.
  • Research and Development (R&D) for feasibility studies between 2014-2020, are grants for projects associated with high risk.
  • Investment aid for high-efficiency cogeneration. In collaboration with the Energy and Water Agency, Malta Enterprise is supporting entrepreneurs to invest in cogeneration equipment that produces electrical, thermal and mechanical energy.
  • Knowledge transfer: This incentive provides a framework to address skills shortages by supporting the training and retraining of workers for new and existing employees.

Laws promoting investment in Malta:

  • The main law on business development in Malta is the so-called Business Promotion Act chapter 325 of the year 2000: this law provides various incentives to those local or foreign businessmen who decide to establish their economic activity in Malta.
  • The Income Tax Law, which established a single 35% tax rate for limited liability companies in Malta.
  • The Investment Services Act was adopted in 1994 to regulate investment services and financial institutions, and to attract foreign investors interested in the financial sector.
  • The Maltese Commercial Code that establishes the registration regulations of the company in the country, as well as the parameters for its operations.

Visas in Malta.

Firstly, it should be mentioned that citizens of the European Union and those residing in the European Economic Area do not need a visa to enter Malta.
 
To do business in Malta you do not require a visa, also in Malta there are no business visas, you are free to invest in this country. So as a tourist you can invest without problems.

People from Latin America from the countries of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela, Peru.

They can enter as tourists for ninety days and then apply to the only two visas in Malta, which are the student visa and the work visa.

But to enter as tourists they will require the following:

  • Valid passport, the expiration date cannot be less than three months.
  • Round trip tickets.
  • Hotel reservation, airnb or invitation letter.
  • Monetary funds of at least 48 euros per day.
  • Travel insurance.

Visa types in Malta:

Type of visaRequirementsApplication process
Student visaTwo passport photos.
Original passport and photocopies on all sides.
Letter of acceptance the school or institute.
Rental contract.
Visa application form.
Health insurance.
Bank statement (last three months).
Return flight ticket that coincides with the end of the course and the rental.
Paying the visa is 66 euros in cash.
You must apply for this visa in Malta physically in the visa building in Msida.
Bring the documentation.
Wait twenty business days and ready.
Work visaPhotocopy of the complete passport.
Health insurance.
Rental contract.
Employer cover letter.
Job description form.
Curriculum Vitae, European model.
References from former employers.
Employment contract signed by both parties.
Completed forms. CEA FORM C (Non-EU) and FORM ID 14 (Identity Registration form).
The cost of the Work Visa is: 280.50 euros, and must be paid in person, or by check made out to Identity Malta Agency.
Apply for the visa from your country of residence:

If you are not in Malta and applied from your country of residence, your employer can apply for the visa for you. After approval you can travel to Malta to work.

Apply for work visa while in Malta:

To apply for your work visa, you must present the required documents in person, at the Department for Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs, at the following address: Evand Building: St Elmo’s Square, Valletta.

Telephone: (+356) 2590 4800.
Mail: [email protected]
Wait 20 business days and then withdraw your work visa.

Types of companies in Malta.

Company type

Capital to contribute

Number of partners required

Capital companies

Public limited companies PLC

Minimum share capital is € 46,587.47.

25% of the capital must be disbursed and paid on the date of constitution of the company.

The partners’ capital contributions can be made in cash or in other assets.

Minimum two partners.

They may be fiduciary partners.

The partners can be natural and legal persons.

No nationality or residency requirements are required.

Private Limited Company (Ltd)

Minimum share capital is € 1,165.

20% of the capital must be disbursed and paid on the date of constitution of the company.

The partners’ capital contributions can be made in cash or in other assets.

Minimum one partner up to fifty partners.

They may be fiduciary partners.

The partners can be natural and legal persons.

No nationality or residency requirements are required.

Cooperatives

Primary Society

No capital

Five members.

Secondary society

No capital

Two primary Societies.

Three people for the company’s management committee.

Tertiary society

No capital

A primary and a secondary society.

Three people for the company’s management committee.

Anonymous society

Minimum share capital 46,000 euros.

The entire capital must be presented at the incorporation if the amount is not greater than 46,000 euros.

From two shareholders and more than fifty shareholders.

The partners can be natural and legal persons.

No nationality or residency requirements are required.

Limited partnerships

No capital

Made up of two or more partners

Collective societies

No capital

Made up of two or more partners

International Holding in Malta

No capital

The shareholders must be foreign companies.

Branch offices

No capital

Representatives of the company in Malta can be one or two.

Fideicomisos Malteses

It depends on the amounts to invest.

A Maltese administrator and a Maltese or foreign investor.

Fondos comunes Malteses

It depends on the amounts to invest.

A Maltese administrator and a Maltese or foreign investor.

Capital companies

  • Public limited companies PLC: This type of company can market its bonds and shares in the markets. Regarding liability, it is limited to the capital subscribed by each shareholder. Must have a board of at least two managers or administrators can be local or foreign, a secretary whose nationality does not matter, and it is mandatory to appoint a statutory auditor, who must be resident in Malta.
  • Private Limited Company (Ltd): This company prohibits the transfer of shares and restricts their sales in the market. The liability of the partners is limited to the respective subscribed capital. The company must be managed and represented by one or more administrators, who must not reside in Malta, as well as a secretary, and he does not necessarily have to be Maltese or live in that country. It is mandatory to appoint a statutory auditor, who must be a resident of Malta.

Cooperatives

  • Primary society: this cooperative may be made up of people. The responsibility for it is limited. This company must hold general meetings, is required to maintain audited accounting accounts, and may increase its share capital.
  • Secondary society: this cooperative must be made up of primary societies and individuals, and works in the same way as the primary society.
  • Tertiary society: this cooperative must be made up of secondary and primary societies, and works in the same way as the previous societies.

Anonymous society

In this type of company the capital stock is divided into shares of a fixed nominal value. It must be registered in the commercial register of Malta and its domicile must be in that country.

Limited partnerships

These companies are made up of a deed of incorporation, registered in the commercial register. Its capital is made up of contributions from the partners and must be represented by shares. The responsibility is unlimited and solidary of one or more partners, the general partners or limited partners. Which only respond only for their contribution to the company’s capital stock.

Collective societies

This company is characterized by the unlimited and joint responsibility of all its partners. The assets of the company will respond first, and only later the assets of the partners. Its capital consists of contributions made by the partners and this company does not need to be audited.

International Holding in Malta

This type of association made up of capital and foreign partners, enjoys tax benefits such as a tax rate of 11.67% or less on income tax. This type of company can make use of double taxation treaties in Malta with other countries, especially the European Union.

Branch offices

Branches have the same tax rights and duties as companies in Malta. However, additional taxes are applied on the profits transferred back to the headquarters.

Maltese Trusts

All trusts, including foreigners, must be registered with the Malta Financial Services Center (MFSC). This is for the purpose of enjoying tax benefits. This trust and its administrator must file an annual return in accordance with the He Trusts and Trustees Act of 2004.

Maltese common funds

These funds share the same functioning as trusts and the same legislation.

Steps to start a business in Malta.

Each company in Malta has different requirements and steps to be opened. So we want to show you the process by company.

Public limited companies PLC

Requirements:

  • Members’ documents such as a copy of their passport or national identity document, proof of residential address and bank and professional references. If a partner is a partnership, he must supply copies of his deed and a certificate of existence of the partnership.
  • Administrators and managers must provide a copy of your passport or national identity document, proof of residential address, and bank and professional references.
  • Secretaries must provide the same documents as mentioned above.
  • Company constitution contract (memorandum of association), which must have the following:
  • Name
  • Headquarters (to be in Malta)
  • Object
  • Detail what is Public (PLC)
  • Duration
  • Details of the partners and respective amounts of subscribed capital
  • Capital amount and any related information (division, disbursement, preferred shares, etc.)
  • Secretary information
  • How your representation is exercised
  • Data of managers or administrators
  • The articles of association that will regulate the internal operation of the company.
  • Additional document that:
  • Declare an estimate of all the costs that the company must bear due to its incorporation until the moment it is authorized to start its activity.
  • Describe any special advantage granted before the time in which the company is authorized to start its activity to any person who has been part of the constitution of the company or in the operations destined for said authorization.
  • Bank deposit corresponding to the share capital in a local bank in Malta.

Process:

  1. Organize the documentation of the partners, shareholders, administrators and secretaries.
  2. Select the site of the company that must be in Malta.
  3. Request to the Commercial Registry of Malta the reservation of the name of the company with termination in PLC, in 24 hours they will know if the name is available to the company.
  4. Write the necessary documents for the constitution of the company such as the constitution contract, the statutes and the additional document, can be in physical or digital form, this can be done by you or a Maltes lawyer.
  5. Open a bank account in Malta (You can see the requirements in HSBC, Bank of Valletta, Banif Bank) and deposit the share capital of the company, sometimes you will have to do this process yourself.
  6. After doing all this, you collect all the documentation and go to the Malta Business Registry, there they will give you a form called BO1, which you can fill out and deliver there along with the physical documentation. The registrar takes the documents, reviews them and keeps them, then you have to pay a fee according to the registrar’s fee, the fees you can here.
  7. Within five business days you will receive your certificate that the company is open and ready to start operations.
  8. Appoint an accounting auditor resident in Malta.
  9. If you want to do the online registration you must apply and register with the registrar as an “authorized user” at the following link.

Private Limited Company (Ltd)

Requirements:

  • Members’ documents such as a copy of their passport or national identity document, proof of residential address and bank and professional references. If a partner is a partnership, he must supply copies of his deed and a certificate of existence of the partnership.
  • Administrators and managers must provide a copy of your passport or national identity document, proof of residential address, and bank and professional references.
  • Secretaries must provide the same documents as mentioned above.
  • Company constitution contract (memorandum of association), which must have the following:
  • Name
  • Headquarters (to be in Malta)
  • Object
  • Detail what is Private (LTD)
  • Duration
  • Details of the partners and respective amounts of subscribed capital
  • Capital amount and any related information (division, disbursement, preferred shares, etc.)
  • Secretary information
  • How your representation is exercised
  • Data of managers or administrators
  • The articles of association that will regulate the internal operation of the company.
  • Bank deposit corresponding to the share capital in a local bank in Malta.

Process:

  1. Organize the documentation of the partners, shareholders, administrators and secretaries.
  2. Select the site of the company that must be in Malta.
  3. Request to the Maltese Commercial Registry the reservation of the name of the company ending in LTD, in 24 hours they will know if the name is available to the company.
  4. Draft the necessary documents for the constitution of the company such as the constitution contract and the statutes, can be in physical or digital form, this can be done by you or a Maltes lawyer.
  5. Open a bank account in Malta (You can see the requirements in HSBC, Bank of Valletta, Banif Bank) and deposit the share capital of the company, sometimes you will have to do this process yourself.
  6. After doing all this, you collect all the documentation and go to the Malta Business Registry, there they will give you a form called BO1, which you can fill out and deliver there along with the physical documentation. The registrar takes the documents, reviews them and keeps them, then you have to pay a fee according to the registrar’s fee, the fees you can here.
  7. Within five business days you will receive your certificate that the company is open and ready to start operations.
  8. Appoint an accounting auditor resident in Malta.
  9. If you want to do the online registration you must apply and register with the registrar as an “authorized user” at the following link.

Cooperatives

Requirements:

  • Documents of the partners and the executive committee (president, vice president, secretary, treasurer) such as a copy of your passport or national identity document, proof of residential address and bank and professional references. If a partner is a partnership, he must supply copies of his deed and a certificate of existence of the partnership.
  • A statute, which must have the following:
  • Cooperative name.
  • Registered address.
  • Main goals and objectives.
  • Regulations on the eligibility of members and their acceptance.
  • Reasons for termination of membership.
  • Members’ rights and obligations.
  • Regulations governing the general meetings of members.
  • Regulations governing the number and the election process of the Administration Committee.
  • Functions and duties of the management committee.
  • Regulations governing the appointment of a minimum of three members to the executive committee (president, vice president, secretary, treasurer).
  • Capital structure and distribution of surpluses.
  • A business plan for the cooperative detailing the goals and objectives.
  • Registration form required by the Board of Cooperatives.
  • Adequate knowledge of the cooperative business model: This is mandatory, because the Board of Cooperatives will invite the founding members for a preliminary interview to determine if potential members are aware of their cooperative obligations and cooperative principles before making the decision to register your cooperative. Potential members should also explain their business proposal.

Process:

  1. Organize the documentation of the partners and the executive committee.
  2. Write the business plan.
  3. Create the statute for the cooperative.
  4. Request the registration of the cooperative by email to the Malta Cooperative Board, through the Registration Form.
  5. Once approved, the Board of Cooperatives will request a meeting with the committee of the cooperative, it is recommended to be prepared with all knowledge about the law of cooperatives and its operation.
  6. After this meeting, the Board of Cooperatives will issue its opinion on whether the cooperative is suitable to operate in Malta. If the opinion approves the cooperative, the Board of Cooperatives will receive all documentation by mail or in physical form at its campus.
  7. Five business days later the registration certificate will be issued, which will establish that the cooperative will be ready to operate.
  8. Appoint an accounting auditor resident in Malta.

Anonymous society:

Public limited companies are registered the same as public and private capital companies. They have the same requirements and it is the same registration procedure both physically and online.

Limited partnerships and collectives:

The registration process for these companies is the same as for a public limited company or capital company. Only without capital and without the appointment of a resident accounting auditor in Malta.

Malta tax scheme.

The tax scheme is based on recording the worldwide income or profits and commercial transactions of companies.

The taxes are as follows:

Income Tax:

This tax is regulated by the Income Tax Act (ITA), by the Income Tax Management Act and by subsidiary legislation.

Its aliquot is applied to the global net earnings of companies based in Malta and foreign companies with branches in Malta. Non-resident companies that have a Malta board of directors will pay taxes on the income they earn only in Malta. and it has a tax rate of 35%.

When there is a dividend distribution, shareholders will be charged 35% for ISLR.

This can be declared and paid annually online on the website of the Commissioner of revenue.

Value Added Tax:

VAT must be added to the prices of the importation of goods, intra-community transactions, sales of goods and provision of services. It is important to note that companies with annual income of more than 12,000 euros are subject to VAT.

The competent VAT authority is the Commissioner of VAT, whose powers include providing information to the customs authority (Controller of Customs).

The registration of the company in the VAT regime is not mandatory, it only derives the obligation of its accounting, payment and the right to eventual refunds.

VAT rates in Malta:
  • The general VAT rate in Malta is set at 18% for most goods and services for sale purposes.
  • A 7% VAT rate is applied for hotel and accommodation services plus those offered in the tourism sector.
  • A 5% VAT rate applies to printed products, cultural events, electricity, home care services, and medical supplies.
  • There is no VAT for brokerage services, products exported from non-EU countries.
  • VAT does not apply for certain food products, school transport, pharmaceutical products and intra-community supplies.

VAT returns must be made every six months, as well as possible payments. In certain situations, the declarations may be annual (exempt entities and small businesses) or monthly (activities that generate the right to regular reimbursements). These can be done online through the Commissioner of revenue.

Digital gaming taxes in Malta

Companies with licenses for digital games must pay a tax rate of 5% on registered income.

Casinos in Malta are subject to a tax of € 4,600 for the first six months of activity and then € 6,900 each month.

Companies in Malta must keep accounts in accordance with company law. Accounting principles comply with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Companies are also required to submit their accounts, which are audited. Every company registered in Malta must appoint an independent auditor registered with the Board of Accountancy and who has a certificate to practice, except for limited partnerships and partnerships.

Auditors must comply with the International Standards on Auditing (NIA) published by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) issued by The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).

In conclusion, Malta is a great country to invest, just give yourself the opportunity to visit it and explore it a little, because it is worth it. Consult with local lawyers and accountants to avoid inconveniences. This country gives you many benefits to your investments and a large number of incentives.

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    First of all there are many appreciations about Malta. Because some consider it a tax haven, others to launder money, among many other things. But all
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    Very informative and In Depth article about investing in  Malta! Most things one would like to know are covered.

    Malta seems to be a good place to invest, do business in. It seems to be a stable economy with excellent growth potential.

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