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  • Malta's economy grows by 6.3% in the first six months of 2017 #MaltaBudget18
  • A surplus to 16.6% of GDP in second quarter of 2017 #MaltaBudget18
  • No additional taxes are to be announced in this budget #MaltaBudget18
  • COLA set to be €1.75 a week #MaltaBudget18
  • An extra day of leave announced for employees #MaltaBudget18
  • Weekly increase of €2 in pensions #MaltaBudget18
  • Pension income exempt from tax to be increased to €13,200 #MaltaBudget18
  • Earnings of up to €60,000 will start receiving a partial tax refund #MaltaBudget18
  • VAT exemption on services rendered by SMEs increased to €20,000 #MaltaBudget18
  • €200 a month increase for persons within the Community Workers Scheme #MaltaBudget18
  • Maximum allowance of €10,000 to cover expenses incurred by parents in adoption proceedings #MaltaBudget18
  • An increase from €70 to €100 per week in foster care allowance #MaltaBudget18
  • 300 more social loans to aid when purchasing homes #MaltaBudget18
  • First time buyers scheme has been extended for yet another year #MaltaBudget18
  • UCA stamp duty reduced from 5% to 2.5% #MaltaBudget18
  • Duty reduction on Gozo properties extended for 2018 #MaltaBudget18
  • €700 million investment over 7 years for road infrastructural upgrades #MaltaBudget18
  • €400 grant plus VAT exemption on motorcycles, scooters and pedelec bicycles #MaltaBudget18
  • Electric and hybrid cars to be exempt from registration tax, 5 year exemption from yearly road tax on certain vehicles #MaltaBudget18
  • Waste-to-energy project worth €150million investment #MaltaBudget18
  • Assistance of up to €3,000 will be given to those who sell their first home to buy another one #MaltaBudget18
  • VAT grouping to be introduced for financial sector & iGaming operators dramatically reducing bureaucracy #MaltaBudget18
  • MicroInvest scheme for women owning companies increased to €70,000 #MaltaBudget18
  • MicroInvest scheme increased from €30,000 to €50,000 #MaltaBudget18
  • MicroInvest scheme increased €50,000 to €70,000 for enterprisees based in Gozo #MaltaBudget18
  • Individual Investment Program (IIP) extended #MaltaBudget18
  • ICT research hub to be set up in Gozo #MaltaBudget18
  • Offsetting system to be introduced for companies that have credit against Government #MaltaBudget18
  • SEC and MATSEC examination fees to be halved in 2018 and removed by 2019 #MaltaBudget18
  • Blockchain in education #MaltaBudget18
  • Tax exemption in tax credits to PhD and Masters graduates #MaltaBudget18
  • National Cancer Research Foundation to be set up #MaltaBudget18