The Economist’s business roundtable with the government of Malta kicks off at the Hilton.
06/03/2014: Malta's profitability was not only down to tax incentives but also
through a right mixture that attracted foreign direct investment, deputy
Prime Minister Louis Grech said.
Addressing a business roundtable discussion by the Economist
organised for the first time in Malta, Grech described stable ratings
and higher inflows of foreign direct investment as the result of a sound
regulatory environment, a good communications and physical
infrastructure, a skilled and educated workforce, a population that is
largely English-speaking, reasonable labour cost, a sound banking
system, social cohesion and a good quality of life...read on