MALTA – YOUR IDEAL PLATFORM FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MALTA is a member of the European Union, the Council of Europe, the United Nations and the Commonwealth. The Maltese Government has a tradition of encouraging foreign investors to establish operations in MALTA and has always adopted policies that favor an open economy and direct investment.
MALTA is located at the southern tip of Italy and lies virtually midway between Europe and North Africa. Situated at the heart of the Mediterranean, MALTA has become a major shipping hub with its position on the major East-West shipping lanes granting easy access to both Eastern and Western Mediterranean ports. Lying at strategic crossroads between Europe and Africa, Malta is a meeting point of cultures and languages at the heart of the Mediterranean: the ideal cosmopolitan location for efficient international business contacts.
Key facts about doing business in MALTA:
- Short travel times
MALTA has excellent flight connections. The national carrier Air Malta operates to numerous European and a number of North African destinations, with regular flights. There are also a large number of international carriers operating to and from MALTA. By air, main European (London, Milan/Rome, Paris, Frankfurt, etc) and North African (Tripoli, Tunis, Cairo, Rabat) hubs can be reached in 2-3 hours.
- EU Member State
Passporting rights for services and companies. Forming part of the Schengen area, this allows travel between member states without internal border controls.
- Regional ties
MALTA has strong cultural and historical connections with countries in North Africa and the Middle East.
Doing business in MALTA:
Over the years, MALTA‘s leaders have been on a mission to make MALTA a magnet for financial services. It was their vision to turn the island into a platform for international business and to develop a model economy, which has regularly been among the best in the European Union.
MALTA‘s rise into the ranks of Europe’s leading financial centers has been driven by the island’s reputation for stability, predictability and security which has made it an exception among other global financial centers.
Towards the future:
One of MALTA’s aims is to become the European financial center of choice.
Outside of Europe, MALTA continues to build its good relations with China, with both nations keen to encourage cooperation between various sectors of the economy.
Amongst MALTA’s various advantages are:
- An attractive INTERNATIONAL TAX system;
- Very popular with Non-Europeans VISA & RESIDENCE programs;
- SHIP & YACHT registration – Largest ship registry in Europe;
- AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION
- REMOTE GAMING
- COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES
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