Tag: Expenditure

Tourist expenditure down by 84.5% during September 2020

Total tourist expenditure was estimated at €39.8 million, a decrease of 84.5% over the corresponding month in 2019.

First time visits outweigh return journeys to Malta – NSO

Malta continues to see more first-time tourists than returning visitors, figures for the last 8 months show.According to the...

Only 0.4% of government budget went on sports in 2017 –...

The Maltese government only spent 0.4% on recreation and sporting services in 2017.That’s according to new data published by the European Union’s data aggregator...

Gov’t investment in Malta’s courts increased by €9m in decade to...

Investment in Malta’s law courts has only increased by €9 million in the period between 2007 and 2017, new figures show.This increase is recorded...

Revenue earned through grants increases by 19000% in two years

The amount of recurrent revenue earned through Government grants in July 2019 increased by 19223.7% when compared to the same month in 2017; data...

Deficit of €144 million in first four months of 2019

By the end of April, the Government’s Consolidated Fund registered a deficit of €144 million for 2019.Between January and April of 2019, recurrent...

Malta spends less on Research and Development than EU average –...

Malta’s expenditure on Research and Development (R&D) as a percentage of GDP, remains unchanged since a decade ago. According to EUROSTAT figures examining the intensity...

Government Fund shows €35m deficit; total revenue up – NSO

There is a €35m deficit in the Government’s Consolidated Fund, according to the National Statistics Office.The NSO states that between January and November 2018,...

Malta’s GDP up by 7.5% – NSO

Estimates show that Malta's GDP went up by €281 million when compared to the same period last year. In real terms, this means that...