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 26 May 2017 Maria Chetcuti-Cauchi
In April 2017, Malta approved the first draft of a national strategy to promote blockchain, the technology underlying Bitcoin and other fintech solutions.
 13 Apr 2017 Antoine Saliba Haig
The UK Prime minister Theresa May suggests that free movement of EU citizens will continue even after Brexit.
 28 Feb 2017 Daniela Galea
With the intention of superseding the current Press Act, the Government has announced the tabling of a new Media and Defamation Act for consultation.
 28 Feb 2017 Daniela Galea
The year 2017 saw the new Family Business Act coming into force. This new law recognises a ‘family business’ in a new legal form.
 24 Feb 2017 Maria Chetcuti Cauchi
At a CEPS Ideas Lab Event, Malta@s PM Muscat made five proposals for the reconstruction of the EU. One of these was making Europe the bitcoin continent.
 24 Feb 2017 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat presents innovative ideas on the future of Europe. PM Joseph Muscat speaks of Bitcoin & citizenship as the way forward.
 24 Feb 2017 Dr. Chris Cini
July saw the advent and commencement of experiments in Malta to examine the prospect of obtaining renewable energy from sea waves. Dexawave A/S has positioned equipment off the Maltese town of Marsascala to test the wave conditions and eventually study the data gathered to obtain more insight into the possibility of creating energy through the generation of such waves to be used in Malta.
 23 Feb 2017 Antoine Saliba Haig
Chetcuti Cauchi has received the first Malta Residence @ Visa Programme approvals since its inception.
 07 Feb 2017 Daniela Galea
Super yachts over 500gt are now allowed to carry more than 12 passengers without the need to comply with SOLAS or the Passenger Yacht Code.
 02 Feb 2017 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
Brexit: The Business Implications - The Malta Chamber of Commerce held a seminar for its members addressing the impact of Brexit on businesses.


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