23 July 2013

MENAFN: Malta and Gozo Culture is a Hot Property

Just found this on the MENAFN Middle East North Africa Financial Network:

"Jul 23, 2013 (Menafn - M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --A tiny set of islands nestling in the Med. are proving an exception to the doom and gloom that prevails in that part of the Eurozone and their property sector continues to benefit.

With tourism and inward investment continuing to grow, Malta and Gozo look set to receive a further boost to their economy - with the sea facing fortress City Valletta, chosen as 2018 European Capital of Culture. The property sector looks set to be one of the beneficiaries from this prestigious accolade - and the timing fits well with Government policies in place designed to reinvigorate residential property in this historic capital.

With a population of just over 400,000 Malta and Gozo continue to punch above their weight aided by a stable democracy, good transport links and a history of trading that goes back to the Phoenicians.

Malta has rich cultural heritage that takes a modern form in a love of music of all kinds - some of which may stem from its proximity to... read on."