Malta’s position as an attractive place in Europe for foreign investors is at risk according to EY if the island does not address transparency and skills shortages. iGaming takes the top honour as the industry that will drive economic growth in the next five years.
Malta's economy has diversified substantially in the past 30 years, but an increasingly digital economy needs efficient IT solutions in place. That's why tech giant Microsoft has teamed up with the Government of Malta to strengthen the island's IT sector.
There is a new energy at the national entity responsible for Malta's business estates. The body, which manages 15 zones spread across the two main islands, has set its sight on the better arrangement of activity within these space in order to generate more homogeneous clusters.
In an interview with MaltaProfile, Minister for Health Chris Fearne submits that the sector's future as a social service, but also as a newfound economic niche, bodes well. Outlining how longstanding issues are being addressed he paints a picture of a health sector future etched in e-health, technology and innovation.
The Provost of the American University of Malta speaks to MaltaProfile about AUM’s academic and management plans. He says that AUM will be rooted in the highest standards of academic conduct in order to become the best American-style university in the region.
The Maltese Government has promised to invest heavily in community living for persons with disability. If you couple that with Malta’s ageing population and their ever-increasing demands it translates itself into quite a job for the politician tasked with handling both sectors