The Malta Broadcasting Authority monitors and regulates all radio and television broadcasts in the Maltese Islands. The broadcasting authority ensures producers' compliance with legal and license obligations. They also work to solve controversies in the industries and ensure consumer interests by promoting affordable and quality programs.
The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is responsible for the regulation of the electronic communications sector, e-commerce, and the postal sector. The MCA also promotes competition, protects consumers, and encourages innovation.
Malta Enterprise provides extensive information on doing business in Malta, including incentives for investors, financial and banking information, and maritime and freeport facilities. Other sections of the site include a business directory of exporters, industry reports, company profiles, a calendar of events, and a newsletter.
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the financial services industry within Malta. The site contains a list of regulations and publications as used by the MFSA.
The Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) is the main institution for the regulation of capital finance in Malta. Its web portal provides information on the MSE itself, the marketplace, and the MSE central securities depository services. There is also a section on statistics and publications on market data, the Malta Stock Exchange, and its member firms.
The Central Bank of Malta controls price stability, ensures the security of a sound financial system, and works to maintain the sustainability of economic development. Through investment practices, it aims to improve the value of the country's reserves. The bank's website contains further information about monetary policy, payment systems, market operations, economics and statistics, and regulatory compliance.
The official Government of Malta web-portal provides information about the government and its services. It offers information on ministries, councils, press releases, and employment opportunities. There are also sections for services, life events, and communities. Useful links are also available for resources relevant to Malta.
The mission of the Medicines Authority is the protection of public health in Malta through the regulation of medicinal products and pharmaceutical activities. The authority provides licensing, monitoring, and inspection services for pharmaceutical activities.
The Ministry for Health is responsible for regulating health institutions, promoting healthy living, supporting the elderly, and offering rehabilitation for the disabled of Malta. Its official website includes information on healthy living, events, health institutions, services it offers, and health promotion.
The National Statistics Office (NSO) provides quarterly statistics on the people, culture, and agriculture of Malta and also quarterly GNP, GDP, and a retail price index. There are also news releases that are relevant to Malta, external links to pertinent resources, and other sections to further enrich the information available by the statistics office of Malta.
The Malta Independent's Business section offers news covering various aspects of the Maltese business environment, including opinions and editorials.
The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry aims to mobilize sectors, associations, and other groupings to pursue common agendas, to effectively respond to current issues and protect members’ interests, and to shape the policies which affect Maltese entrepreneurs. Information on policies, services, events, news, and facilities are all provided on the website.