Tag: economic growth

Malta registers the highest employment growth in EU

In 2018, Eurostat recorded Malta as having the highest employment growth rate. Published statistics show that when compared to the employment data of 2008, the data in 2018 showed a 46% increase in employment.

Reports confirm economic growth not benefiting population – PN

The European Commission’s Annual Country Report on Malta confirms that the country’s economic achievements have not translated into a better quality of life for the population at large, the PN said.

EU forecasts slow-down in economic growth

While Malta’s economic performance is expected to remain buoyant, GDP growth is forecast to moderate further to 4.0% in 2020 and 3.7% in 2021.

Central Bank registers a slower economic growth rate

The December level of the Central Bank of Malta’s Business Conditions Index suggests that in recent months, activity continued to expand, but at a slower pace compared with the historical average.

EU forecasts strong economic growth for Malta

The EU’s economic forecast for Malta is the highest for 2020. In the Autumn Forecast 2019 report, the EU Commission expects Malta’s economic growth in 2020 to be at 4.2% and at 3.8% in the following year.

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Net export contributions will only improve in 2021 – CBM

The contribution to Malta’s economic growth from net exports will only improve by 2021, the Central Bank of Malta has warned.They state that this...

Update: Watch: Government welcomes EC report forecasting a more moderate economic...

The European Commission (EC) said that Malta’s economic growth is expected to start slowing down. In its report the EC explained that inflation is...

‘Economic growth generates enough revenue to address its own problems’ –...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that economic growth generates more problems, but also more revenue which can be used to address them.He said this...

Malta first to introduce Blockcerts for academic credentials – Prime Minister

Malta is to become the first country to standardise the use of Blockcerts across its academic institutions, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has said.The process...