22 AUGUST 2001
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Creating new leaders for E-culture
Extracts from a keynote address by Education Minister Louis Galea at the conference organised by the International Telecommunications Union in collaboration with the UK Telecommunications Academy and Cable & Wireless in Coventry on 20 August, 2001


Pensions in the EU - the new law and what it entails

Both in Malta and the rest of Europe, it is a fact universally acknowledged the proportion of older people will increase much faster than the population of younger, wage-earning taxpayers.

The fear is that the costs of caring for such a large number of pensioners will overwhelm the future budgets for pensions and health care.

Malta awaits the findings of the findings of the National Commissions for Pension Reform's report, The Malta Financial and Business Times takes an insightful look at how the EU is tackling the problem

Qawra marine aquarium project

Minister for Tourism Michael Refalo yesterday addressed the media on the second phase of the Marine Aquarium Project. The Planning Authority has extended the original concept and included the project within a larger development brief encompassing a more extensive stretch of land at Qawra.

Paul Blandford

Malta as 'staging post' for booming stolen equipment trade

Malta’s status as the transportation hub of the Mediterranean has always been highly publicised, but the country’s strategic geographical position is not always used for legitimate business practices

No comments to press on magisterial inquiry
By Kurt Sansone
Yesterday evening Police Commissioner George Grech denied that he had been summoned by Magistrate Hayman. He accused sections of the press of attempting to distort the course of justice. He added that at no point has an appointment been arranged with Magistrate Hayman.

Transport minister talks of maintenance commitment after contract
By Daniela Farrugia Randon
During an on site meeting with the press, the Minister for Transport and Telecommunications Censu Galea outlined the obligations for new contracted projects by focusing on the Salina – Iklin road Naxxar which kicked off three months ago

Paul Tihn
Anyone using a closed circuit television system to keep an eye on their business would be all too familiar with the problems of purchasing and maintaining VCRs, multiplexers and monitors. However, all that is about to become a thing of the past with the launching of Nexus Europe Ltd at the upcoming IT&T Fair. David Lindsay speaks to sales director Paul Tihn about the company's revolutionary surveillance product
In the NEWS

Ordinary Revenue makes up 54 per cent of original budgeted revenue forecast

Savemart to open up again under new management

Corinthia Group move to Croatia

Money market report 13-17 August

Malta Agriculture Lobby preoccupied over removal of levies

GWU hits out at government and UHM over agreement

Water Services Corporation in the process of exporting own technology

Gozo tourism prospects look bright

Distance-selling regulations issued

Directory of Maltese women competent in various fields being compiled

The Business Times, Network House, Vjal ir-Rihan San Gwann SGN 07
Tel: (356) 382741-3, 382745-6 | Fax: (356) 385075
Editor: Saviour Balzan
e-mail: [email protected]

David Lindsay speaks to sales director Paul Tihn about the company's revolutionary surveillance product THE MALTA FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS TIMES TAKES AN INSIGHTFUL LOOK AT HOW THE EU IS TACKLING THE PROBLEM