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A business-friendly environment that is ripe with opportunities, yet where one can safely invest and cater for asset protection and wealth planning, and perhaps take up a secondary residence or citizenship is an investor’s paradise. Malta, an island nation located at a crossroads between Europe and North Africa is increasingly being eyed by Asian investors as an ideal destination for investment.   The Republic of Malta is strategically located at the heart of the Mediterranean, just a 2-hour flight away from most European capitals. Maltese is the national language common to most natives; however, English is an official language as...

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Malta

Country: Malta Region: Europe Currency: Euro (EUR) (€) Languages: Maltese, English Time Zone: UTC +1 Phone Code: +356 Communications: Good Formation Cost:  $1,400 – $3,400 / €1,250 - €3,000 Formation Time: 2 - 8 days Maintenance cost:  $1,250 – $2,800 / €1,100 - €2,500 Despite being a small island in the middle of the Mediterranean, Malta has proven that it has much to offer within different sectors on a national and international level. Its thriving economy has allowed it to make a name for itself within its rapidly growing Freeport, where it has created a high-technology manufacturing sector for high...