• Swiss inaugural flight from Zurich lands at MIA

    July 01, 2015 // Business News
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    Swiss, Switzerland’s flag carrier, inaugurated its first flight from Zurich to Malta this afternoon. Malta International Airport’s Fire and Rescue team celebrated the event with a water arch display welcoming the start of the airline’s first summer at the airport.

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  • Malta is about to become the hot setting for America’s latest crime bestsellers

    July 01, 2015 // Business News
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    It’s possible that more people in America have heard of bestselling authors Chris Kuzneski, Boyd Morrison and Graham Brown, than have ever heard of Malta. But all that might be about to change now after the tiny Mediterranean archipelago successfully spent the last week wooing the three hugely popular thriller writers, in what must rank as one of the most unusual and canny tourist initiatives ever.

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  • Malta has world’s top citizenship-by-investment programme – Henley report

    June 30, 2015 // Business News
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    Malta shared first place with Portugal, Monaco and the UAE for the light tax burdens placed on residents and corporations in Henley & Partner’s 2015 Global Residence and Citizenship report.

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  • Are you ready to rock? Apple Music is here!

    June 30, 2015 // Business News

    Apple Music, the company's new streaming music service, launches around the world on Tuesday. It's going up against many existing services including Spotify, Rdio, Pandora (P), Google (GOOGL, Tech30) Play, and Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) Prime Music. To compete, it's included a little bit of everything.

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  • Milestone agreement to end roaming charges is hailed

    June 30, 2015 // Business News
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    The European Parliament and EU Member States have agreed to end mobile phone roaming charges completely from June 2017. The deal, announced last night, was welcomed by Nationalist MEP Roberta Metsola. She said that while roaming prices will decrease drastically next year, they will be completely phased out by June 2017.

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