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Background The sounds of war roared once again in the wake of the 24 February, earlier on this year, sending tremors throughout the European continent and beyond. As much as it led to a humanitarian and political crisis, especially in Ukraine, the Russian invasion of the ex-Soviet nation also negatively affected the global economy as […]Read More The Economic Effects of the Ukraine vs Russia War on Malta
Although the voting system in Malta is somewhat favourable for the creation of a multi-party-political scene in Malta, for several decades, even before our independence, two parties have held an absolute majority within Parliament, the Labour Party and the Nationalist Party. The Democratic Alternative Party (now AD+PD) was also present since its split from the […]Read More The Third Parties. Who are they?
All eyes now turn to the Social Spending bill debates, and the role that both parties, as well as the the Presidency, will play in its destiny.Read More The Biden Enigma – What has he done?
As done in previous years, ASCS feels the urge to assess the budget brought forward by the Government and provide a holistic critical assessment, meant to facilitate all students as they make their assumptions and conclusions on the 2022 Budget. This original format in which the Budget was presented, is not divided according to the […]Read More ASCS Budget Review 2022
EY Malta has recently published their annual Malta Attractiveness Survey. During this annual event, key findings on whether Malta is attractive for investors and foreign direct investment, based on different aspects of the country, are presented. The main concern that investors have about Malta is the lack of specialised skills in the labour force, and […]Read More EY’s Attractiveness Survey 2018 Review
The yearly Budget is once again upon us where measures relating to all the sectors were presented. The first thing that hits the eye is the fact that Malta has achieved better credit rating from both Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings which is always beneficial to our economy. ASCS feels that all the measures […]Read More ASCS Review on Budget 2018
The Budget for the government’s third year has once again taken a step forward in ensuring that the rewards of economic growth are enjoyed by all sectors of society. While the first two budgets were aimed at stabilising the economy and focusing on economic growth and the creation of new jobs, this year the government […]Read More ASCS | Review of the 2017 Budget