On the face of it the differences between the British Virgin Islands and Malta are very slim.
The British Virgin Islands is a well-established off shore (although I am now told that in today's political climate I should say 'international') centre based in the Caribbean.
Malta by way of contrast is a Mediterranean Island, hitherto known more for tourism than as a financial centre. Malta's recent claim to fame is that it became a full member of the European Union on 1 May this year and now
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