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Malta’s trade deficit shrinks to €182.9m in January

Malta recorded a trade deficit of €182.9m during January, according to provisional figures for registered trade in goods, compared to a deficit...

Malta’s industrial output grows y.o.y. 2.8% in January

Malta’s industrial production increases by year-on-year 2.8% in January, and grows by 2.3% as compared to the preceding month.

Malta’s GDP grows 6.6% in 2018, NSO figures show

Malta’s GDP grows by 6.6% in volume terms in 2018, according to figures published by the National Statistics Office (NSO).

Women in official positions in Malta lag behind EU28 average

The number of women holding official positions rises; still, Maltese figures lag behind the EU28 average. Men in managerial positions in 2017 also outnumber women.

Short-term services turnover grows in Q4 2018

Working-day adjusted turnover in selected services activities were up by year-on-year 1.7% in Q4 2018, the NSO says.

Collective accommodation guests in Malta exceed two million in 2018

Total guests in collective accommodation establishments grows by year-on-year 8.4% to almost two million in 2018, Malta's statistics office NSO says.

Malta’s retail price inflation reaches 1.49% in January

Malta’s annual rate of inflation as measured by the Retail Price Index (RPI) was 1.49% in January 2019. The twelve-month moving average rate was 1.21%.

Malta’s industrial prices up yoy 3.64% in January

Malta’s industrial producer price index grows by year-on-year 3.64% in January 2019. The figure slightly drops when compared to December 2018, NSO says.

Road traffic accidents in Malta drop 4.2% in 2018

Despite road traffic accidents increasing in Q4, the figure dropped by year-on-year 4.2% to 14,378 overall in 2018, the latest NSO statistics show.

Maltese gov’t deficit comes to €55m in January

Maltese government’s consolidated fund registers a deficit of €55m by the end of January, while recurrent revenue rises by y.o.y. €19.4m (6.8%) to €302.4m.

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