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Coronavirus financial aid package just launched
 23 Mar 2020 Magdalena Velkovska
Amendments to the Greek Tax Laws seek to incentivise foreign investment through the introduction of a non-dom tax regime for foreign residents.
By virtue of Legal Notice 69 of 2020, the Maltese Parliament approved various amendments to amend a number of tax residence programmes, namely the Malta Retirement Programme, the Malta Global Residence Programme, The Residence Programme and the United Nations Pension Programme.
Healthy Maltese Government Finances and IIP Fund to support Maltese Economy to face COVID-19 downturn through liquidity injections and bank guarantees. Up to €700m in Tax Deferrals and up to €900m in loan guarantees. Postponement of income tax, VAT and National Insurance dues for March & April for Employers & Self-employed. Up to€900m in Government bank guarantees for an additional access of €4.5 billion in credit. The NSDF IIP Fund to provide €150m in bank guarantees.
 20 Mar 2020 Dr. Silvana Zammit
The spread of COVID-19 is disrupting the operations of all types of industries including the sizeable Malta iGaming industry. The Malta Gaming Authority is following closely the industry development and issuing communications to facilitate the operations of its licensees.
 18 Mar 2020 Dr. Silvana Zammit
The Maltese property lobby has announced it has concluded an agreement with the Government whereby all promise of sale agreements will be automatically extended due to certain entities such as the Law Courts currently under Coronavirus lock-down. We will be publishing the legal notice that will be announced soon.
 13 Mar 2020 Dr. Silvana Zammit
Concurrent to the closure of courts, a legal notice has been issued suspending the running of any legal and judicial terms and of any other time limits including peremptory periods applicable to proceedings or other procedures before the courts.
The Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship by Investment Unit has approved a number of amendments which were published on the 9th of March 2020 with the aim to enhance the Citizenship by Investment Programme.
The Moldovan Parliament has agreed to extend the suspension of the Moldovan Citizenship by Investment Programme until the 1st of September 2020. This effectively means that no applications will be accepted until the expiration of the moratorium.
The Dominica Citizenship Unit has decided that applications from nationals of Iran, N Korea and Sudan will only be accepted where such persons have not lived in these countries for the last 10 years, have no substantial assets there, and do not perform any business or similar activity in or with these countries.


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