MALTA, 1Q 2016 PIL reale +5,2%

MALTA, 1Q 2016 PIL reale +5,2%

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First quarter GDP up by 5.2% over 2015

Increases of €153 million in gross domestic product for January-March 2016 when compared to same period in 2015

Provisional estimates indicate that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the first quarter of 2016 amounted to €2,185.6 million, an increase of €153.4 million or 7.6 per cent when compared to the corresponding period last year.

In real terms, GDP went up by 5.2 per cent.

During the first quarter of 2016, Gross Value Added (GVA) increased by €124.2 million when compared to the same quarter last year.

This was mainly generated by wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; transportation and storage; accommodation and food service activities which increased by €28.4 million or 8.0 per cent.

Other increases were registered in professional, scientific and technical activities; administrative and support service activities by €24.4 million or 11.2 per cent; and in public administration and defence; education; human health and social work activities which increased by €18.0 million or 5.0 per cent. A slight drop was registered in construction.

Total final consumption expenditure in nominal terms increased by 7.6 per cent and by 6.4 per cent in real terms. Gross fixed capital formation increased by 22.6 per cent in nominal prices and by 16.2 per cent in real terms. Real exports and real imports increased by 0.5 per cent and 2.5 per cent respectively.

Compared to the corresponding quarter last year, the increase in GDP at current prices of €153.4 million is estimated to have been distributed into a €54.5 million increase in compensation of employees, a €65.4 million increase in gross operating surplus of enterprises, and a €33.6 million increase in net taxation on production and imports.

Considering the effects of income and taxation paid and received by residents to and from the rest of the world, Gross National Income (GNI) at market prices for the first quarter of 2016 is estimated at €2,150.7 million.

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/business/business_news/66193/first_quarter_gdp_up_by_52_over_2015#.V1f5cZN978Q

La reputazione Internazionale dell’ITALIA sempre più simile a quella della Grecia e per alcune questioni (mafia,debito,burocrazia) anche peggio

La reputazione Internazionale dell’ITALIA sempre più simile a quella della Grecia e per alcune questioni (mafia,debito,burocrazia) anche peggio

Italia è ormai da tempo un paese dove è diventato istituzionale fottere il prossimo, non aspettare a lungo perchè (più) prima (che) poi toccherà anche a te

I flussi di capitali e di teste in uscita dall’Italia sono davvero spaventosi, distribuite il vostro rischio come persone,famiglia,asset, impresa, competenze su altri paesi…ma non seguite il gregge

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Italy’s organised crime groups have demonstrated devious ingenuity in everything from drug trafficking and prostitution to extortion and counterfeiting.
Now they have found a new source of illicit profits: the migration crisis that has seen thousands of asylum-seekers land on Italian shores after crossing the Mediterranean Sea from north Africa.

The care and feeding of such migrants may end up costing the Italian government as much as €800m per year, with it offering private individuals, companies and non-profit organisations up to €35 a day per person to host them. That includes a daily pocket money allowance of €2.50 that hosts are supposed to pay directly to the refugees.
Those funds have proven irresistible to the Mafia, according to Italian prosecutors and watchdog groups, who say criminal groups have succeeded at rigging the awarding of the contracts for the management of migrant reception centres in several high-profile cases.
“This is a very widespread problem. Welcoming migrants has become a big business,” says Gabriella Stramaccioni, who is charge of social policy at Libera, an anti-Mafia organisation. “We believe many centres are involved, in several cities,” she adds.
In one intercepted phone call released by Italian police last year, Salvatore Buzzi, a leftwing social activist who served time in jail for murder in the 1980s, remarked: “Do you have any idea how much I earn on immigrants? Drugs are less profitable.” Mr Buzzi, who was arrested, denies any wrongdoing.
This week brought a grim reminder of the human toll of the refugee crisis, after as many as 40 people drowned about 30 miles off the north African coast when their inflatable dinghy flooded.
Those who reach land safely face huge obstacles to rebuild their lives in Europe. Criminal involvement in their lodging and care has only darkened their plight since it can often lead to reduced services for the refugees.
It has also provided fodder for anti-immigrant groups seeking to block any form of public assistance to the new arrivals. “We must stop the departures and the landings, and block all the contracts,” Matteo Salvini, leader of the anti-immigrant Northern League, wrote last month on Facebook.
According to Italian officials, the criminal enterprise that has come to dominate the business of lodging asylum seekers is a group based in Rome — known as Mafia Capitale — that has made public corruption one of its main sources of revenue.
Traditional Mafia groups such as Sicily’s Cosa Nostra, the Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta or the Neapolitan Camorra — have also been linked to the migrant trade, but have so far been less active.

The Roman organisation was unearthed by Italian prosecutors last December. Its top brass allegedly colluded with local politicians and government officials to have the migrant centres run by “co-operatives”, or charity groups, that could serve their interests. Mr Buzzi is alleged to have had close ties to such groups.
Giovanni Salvi, the former chief prosecutor of Catania, in Sicily, the first Italian destination for many migrants, says organised crime gained a foothold in the migrant business because the flood of arrivals — some 170,000 people last year and as many expected this year — have left public officials scrambling each day to find accommodations, often with little oversight.
But Mr Salvi, who became prosecutor-general of Rome this month, says the “new element that shook the Italian political tissue and public opinion” was that some NGOs were involved in the “exploitation”.
“Government officials had people who seemed full of values as their interlocutors and it lowered their defences,” he said. “But then it emerged that this network was simply a way of making money.”
Ignazio Marino, the mayor of Rome, this week highlighted the criminal infiltration at a Vatican event on climate change and slavery attended by many of his counterparts from around the world.
“We’re working to restore legality and transparency. In recent years corrupt politicians and officials have taken advantage of the migrant drama,” Mr Marino said. “Instead of serving the poor, these officials made use of the poor.”

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/0d0371d0-31f4-11e5-8873-775ba7c2ea3d.html#axzz3h12RZJ4u

 

Senza INCERTEZZA, non c’è INNOVAZIONE

Senza INCERTEZZA, non c’è INNOVAZIONE

La dimensione culturale AVVERSA all’INCERTEZZA (avoiding uncertainty), spiega con grande profondità il perchè dello stato di cose di un paese e dei suoi cittadini.

La Grecia e l’Italia, in buona compagnia insieme a paesi ben più blasonati, esprimono per questo un basso livello di innovazione ed un alto livello di burocrazia, un abbinamento distruttivo rispetto alle capacità Innovative e di produttività del Nord Europa e di Malta che è la spiaggia fisica e culturale della cultura anglo-sassone

Vieni a MALTA con Maltaway e liberati non solo dal pesante sacco delle tasse e della burocrazia che ti fa essere più lento degli altri, ma anche da quel pesante strato di CONSERVATORISMO chè è dentro di te e che qui con noi evaporerà ai raggi del sole 

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If Greece Embraces Uncertainty, Innovation Will Follow https://hbr.org/2015/03/if-greece-embraces-uncertainty-innovation-will-follow

“Culture” can sound like a catchall, a convenient way to place the blame outside the realm of policy, but I am talking about one specific dimension of culture: avoiding uncertainty.

The data in the graph above demonstrate the link between innovation, bureaucracy, and uncertainty. Countries that score high on uncertainty avoidance score low on innovation (as measured in the innovation union scoreboard of the European Commission) and high on bureaucracy (as measured on the easiness to do business ranking of the World Bank). Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, the UK, and Finland all have low uncertainty avoidance, high innovation, and low bureaucracy. These countries have excellent research systems with a high number of influential scientific publications, relatively high levels of government and business R&D expenditure and venture capital financing, strong public-private collaborations, and a wealth of intellectual assets in patent applications and community trademarks. At the same time the citizens in these countries spend less time dealing with procedures to start a business, get electricity, register a property, pay taxes, enforce contracts in courts, and trade across borders. Their cultures’ comfort with uncertainty helps to make all of this possible.

A Malta compra-vendita di immobili a burocrazia zero, un nuovo modello per identificare il valore degli immobili a protezione delle persone corrette e a danno dei truffatori

A Malta compra-vendita di immobili a burocrazia zero, un nuovo modello per identificare il valore degli immobili a protezione delle persone corrette e a danno dei truffatori

Entro 12 mesi verrà definito uno strumento tecnico-legislativo, basato su criteri scientifici e quantitativi, in grado di definire oggettivamente il valore di un immobile in base alla superficie, la località, la tipologia dell’immobile, la vista.

Questo consente ti tagliare drasticamente le attività di controllo pubblico e quindi una inutile e costosa burocrazia, salvaguardando la trasparenza e colpendo l’imbroglio.

Questo è il modo migliore per sostenere il mercato immobiliare con oggettività, certezza, trasparenza, fiducia, i valori per lo sviluppo civile ed economico.

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http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/lifestyle/property/46069/government_architect_to_evaluate_property_only_on_suspicion_of_abuse#.VGL6kfmG-So

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