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Malta Budget – a prognosis of what to harvest
Network News - 2022-08-31

Malta Budget – a prognosis of what to harvest

As a developing country the emphasis was always to spend the highest amount possible to educate and train our workers to international standards. 

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A Singapore in the Med
Network News - 2022-08-29

A Singapore in the Med

Needless to say, the ecological significance of such meadows is well known in terms of stabilising the seabed and serving as nurture grounds for an immense variety of ethnic species and other marine organisms

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The enigma of affordability for first-time property buyers
Network News - 2022-08-19

The enigma of affordability for first-time property buyers

In Lina Klesper’s latest contribution, she stresses the importance for policy makers to factor in affordability within Malta’s property market

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Riding on a tiger carries with it grave dangers
Network News - 2022-08-11

Riding on a tiger carries with it grave dangers

One hopes that permission to grant another tranche of state aid is approved by Brussels to bail out Air Malta

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Network News - 2022-08-09

Attracting visitors to an exciting race with dinosaurs

It was a bright idea to film part of the movie Jurassic World Dominion in Malta and its release last June has been met with a warm reception after an absence of four years as a sequel.

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Network News - 2022-08-04

The true contribution of the construction industry

Malta has changed a lot; especially in the last five years. A drastic change became visible when looking at Malta’s skyline.

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Network News - 2022-08-04

An epitaph to Sophia the robot dancing the Blockchain dream

Perhaps we should consider involving 'Sophia', the female robot, to charm a host of top DLT evangelists to revive Malta’s dream.

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Network News - 2022-07-31

‘Big in GIG’

The Canadians' perception of the iGaming industry has a newfound trust, monitored and developed by advances in regulation and oversight - the rules providing a haven within the controversialness of the market.

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Network News - 2022-07-28

Parental leave: who pays for it?

In the case of Malta, it eventually comes down to the question of how Malta defines itself as a welfare state and if the financial responsibility of social protections is really to be left to the private sector given the structural doubts and the European consensus.

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Network News - 2022-07-24

Mental Wellness at the workplace conference

With some nostalgia, I recall how PKF sponsored and participated in a Mental Wellness conference organised by Mark Azzopardi at the Hotel Excelsior.

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