Malta Registers 3rd Consecutive Budget Surplus, 76% of Which From Citizenship Program

Malta saw revenues outpace expenditures in 2018. While the government was careful to point out that it would have logged a surplus even in the absence of its citizenship by investment program, the MIIP can take credit for three-quarters of the positive balance.

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Dominica PM: 52% of Govt. Revenue to Come from CBI-Program in FY 2018/19

In his budget speech, delivered in Parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit of Dominica revealed his government expects revenues related to the country’s Citizenship by Investment Programme to account for nearly 52% of total government revenue over the upcoming fiscal year. The total expected revenue, he said, would amount to some EC$788.7 million, of which

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Malta’s State Coffers Swell Thanks to Citizenship Program, €112.9M Budget Surplus Registered in 2016

The Times of Malta reports that figures released by the National Statistics Office of Malta today reveal that the country’s Individual Investor Programme accounted for €163.5 million in state revenues last year, allowing the government to record a budget surplus of €112.9 million for 2016, or 1.1% of GDP. The Malta Individual Investor Programme (MIIP) thus

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