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Linking to the EastMed gas pipeline
Network News - 2022-04-21

Linking to the EastMed gas pipeline

It is fair to say that EastMed would not be as much a game changer for Europe’s energy supply as we usually think, however Malta stands to gain if it is linked to the Italy pipe network, should this be retrofitted to produce Green hydrogen

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What is the ‘unshell’ directive?
Network News - 2022-04-15

What is the ‘unshell’ directive?

Last December, the European Commission presented a key initiative to fight against the misuse of shell entities for improper tax purposes. 

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Down the rabbit hole: inflation, oil spikes and shortages
Network News - 2022-04-14

Down the rabbit hole: inflation, oil spikes and shortages

The manifests of both political parties they all cherished an invitation for all and sundry to set off on a quest to reach the golden pot at the end of the rainbow.

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Pope Francis’s visit to Malta, Bucha and climate change
Network News - 2022-04-07

Pope Francis’s visit to Malta, Bucha and climate change

In the words of Pope Francis, may the winds that buffet the island of Malta bring us joy and prosperity

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Network News - 2022-03-30

Why Malta urgently needs to digitalise court records.

In general, the digitalisation of justice is widely seen to improve the efficiency of justice, says PKF Malta's Lina Klesper

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Network News - 2022-03-17

Malta-denied opportunities for oil and gas

As Shakespeare once wrote, there is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries

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Network News - 2022-03-13

A 10-year vision of land reclamation

PKF Malta’s Lina Klesper sheds light on the controversial discussion, honing in on the good, the bad, and the expensive

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Network News - 2022-03-08

PKF helps Ukraine refugees settling in hotels

It is a surreal feeling for most Europeans that after two years of the Covid-19 pandemic, and fewer restrictions, many hoped that life might gradually be returning to normality. That thread of hope was snapped when Russian troops attacked Ukraine, sparking fears of a global conflict with overtones of nuclear strife.

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Network News - 2022-03-03

Can Malta generate renewable energy on Hurds bank?

It’s time to start reducing such emissions in order to mitigate the effect of climate change but it is unreasonable to expect that all governments can afford to dig deep into their pockets so as to convert to green energy

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Network News - 2022-02-24

Is Europe heading towards a strong recovery?

It is a pity that none of the manifestos by main parties have ventured to invest in clean and renewable energy potential (producing green hydrogen) available in the recently declared new acreage under the Economic Exclusive Zone

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