Malta and Jordan signed 3 bilateral agreements today. The agreements are for:
The Jordan foreign minister, Nasser Judeh, praised Malta for the important role it played within the EU to ensure that events in the Mediterranean and the Middle East remained on the fore of the international agenda.
For more information about these agreements, please contact our tax manager, Benjamin Griscti on email@example.com.
Malta’s Passport Programme to be renewed with some changes expected to be made
Income Tax returns (together with payment) for the Year of assessment 2020 is being extended to 31 July 2020.
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