Malta at a glance

Despite problems elsewhere in the eurozone, Malta continues to post strong economic indicators, particularly in the financial services sector which has seen year-on-year growth.


Gross domestic product
Gross domestic product (GDP) in real terms between 2009 and 2010 expanded by 3.2%. In nominal terms GDP grew by 6.2%. Within the European Union (EU) 27, GDP in 2010 expanded by 1.8% in real terms and 4.2% in nominal terms. GDP per capita for Malta in nominal terms for 2010 stood at €14,982 as against €14,181 in 2009. Within the EU 27, GDP per capita stood at €24,500 in 2010 as against €23,500 in 2009.

Gross value added – 2009 compared with 2010
Total gross value added (GVA

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