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Malta Company Formation: Your Business Guide to Setting Up In Malta

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Malta Company Formation: Your Business Guide to Setting Up In Malta

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Setting up your business in Malta? Why should you consider the Maltese islands as your hub for doing business in and what are the residency requirements?

Living and working in Malta: typical Mediterranean lifestyle, welcoming people and pro-business oriented culture make living on the island an exceptional experience. As an EU nation forming part of the Schengen area, EU/EEA and Swiss nationals are able to live and work in Malta if registered properly for the purpose. Non-EU/EEA/Swiss nationals may apply for work permits in connection with an investment in Malta.

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