Something Rotten in Malta? 60 Minutes Covers Online Gambling, Cryptocurrency Sector, Corruption

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Malta, you might say, is punching above its weight. The smallest nation in the European Union is home to one of its fastest growing economies.

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Name a voguish growth-sector, internet gambling, cryptocurrency, blockchain, artificial intelligence and Malta is trying to establish itself as a hub.

A mere blip in the Mediterranean, Malta prides itself on this surge and its plucky personality. But as we discovered on a recent visit, there's a fine line between the cutting edge and the margins, the sun and the shadows. Along with old charms and new construction, Malta is earning a reputation for rampant corruption and dubious dealings.

And then there's the matter of the assassination of a journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, whose revelations cut a little too close to the heart of power.

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