Reimbursement of Trademark Fees for SMEs

Reimbursement of Trademark Fees for SMEs

The European small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are considered to be crucial to the European economy. They represent over 99% of all European enterprises and provide 67% of total employment in Europe. Innovation plays a key role in the EU SMEs’...
Renewal Of Shipping Insurance Blue Cards

Renewal Of Shipping Insurance Blue Cards

On the 20th February 2021, the following annual Certificates ( as applicable ) will expire for most of the merchant vessels:- Certificate of Insurance or other financial security in respect of Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage; Certificate of Insurance...
Offices Closure Notice

Offices Closure Notice

Our offices will be closed on particular days during the Christmas period, between the 24th December and the 01st January. We will however continue monitoring email traffic during this time, despite this being necessarily intermittent and do our best to respond to any...
Commercial Yacht Code 2020

Commercial Yacht Code 2020

The Merchant Shipping Directorate within the Authority for Transport in Malta (the ‘Directorate’), has recently issued the revised Commercial Yacht Code 2020 (the ‘CYC 2020’) which succeeds the former Commercial Yacht Code 2015 (the ‘CYC 2015’). The feedback received...
The Potential Of The Maltese Maritime Sector

The Potential Of The Maltese Maritime Sector

A recent study report, commissioned by the Malta Maritime Forum, analyses the current and future potential of the Maritime Sector towards the growth and development of the Maltese Economy in terms of the generation of value added and employment, including...
New Rules For Drones Operators

New Rules For Drones Operators

By the end of December 2020, all owners of drones have to register their drones with Transport Malta and will be provided with a certificate of use. These new rules will ensure conformity with the European Union Aviation Safety Agency – Unmanned Aircraft Systems (...
Malta Budget 2021

Malta Budget 2021

The Minister of Finance Hon. Minister Edward Scicluna, yesterday presented the Malta Budget 2021, with a focus on supporting business investment and diversification whilst mitigating the impact of Covid-19. Click here to access some of the key highlights that were...

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