When compared to the same period of 2018, Malta’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), increased by a significant 4.8% in the first three months of this year. According to DBRS’s report, such increase surpassed the growth of all the countries within the euro area.
Moving from a familiar environment to a different one often has a significant impact on a person. The initial one is often unpleasant. The common symptoms include nervousness, irritation and helplessness. However, culture shock is not a bad thing. Here is a highlight of its causes, benefits, and how to cope up.
In June, the island starts becoming more and more alive, as it makes its way into the beginning of summer! The rain starts decreasing, temperatures get warmer and the streets get busier. This month offers Malta’s residents and visitors ample events, activities, feasts and festivals to attend. Apart from events, this month also has two public holidays and one international celebration.
For those with a love for the under-water world and adventurous spirit, learning scuba diving is a truly unique and memorable experience. Learning how to dive with a professional instructor can be extremely fun and addictive, so be warned!
Is it the mysterious history of the Knights Templar, the bright blue of the Mediterranean sea, or the picturesque island landscape with its beaches and garigue land? It’s a reasonable guess that you’re not thinking of the world of finance. Yet Malta is a rising star in the high-tech finance firmament. Malta has become a major nexus for the new technologies shaking up the financial world: cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology on which they’re based.