Saturday June 6, 2020

Malta: more than sun and sand

Trade and tourism in Malta have benefited hugely from its location in the Mediterranean.

27th November, 2004

Trade and tourism in Malta have benefited hugely from its location in the Mediterranean.

It is the only island in the area where English is an official language, but trade relations with neighbouring countries have created an educated workforce with fluency in Italian, French and Arabic.

“If you just know the Maltese language, you won't go far,” said Tony Cassar, Irish consul-general for the EU's smallest country.

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