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13 MARCH 2002
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Corinthia expects strong year ahead
Speaking to the Malta Financial and Business Times yesterday about tomorrow’s bond issue, Corinthia Group Managing Director of Business Development and Corporate Administration, Joseph Fenech, explained that despite the setback the industry suffered in the aftermath of 11 September, the Group actually outperformed itself compared to 2001. READ MORE >>

Women still missing out on technical work
Women are still opting for "traditional" careers in the caring professions and are failing to take up opportunities in developing sectors where technical skills are required, such as engineering and IT. READ MORE >>

Antoinette Caruana INTERVIEW
Why we still need to mark Women’s Day
As human resources general manager at Brandstätter Group - Malta, Antoinette Caruana has a hectic work schedule. With Women’s Day just behind us, she tells MIRIAM DUNN of her disappointment that so much of the female sector of the workforce is still entrenched in traditional roles.
A helping hand for entrepreneurship
Economic Services Minister Josef Bonnici addresses the Business Angel Networks Awareness Seminar, organised jointly by METCO and IPSE

GRTU issues fish directive at market
HSBC extends home loan offer
Trade licence process simplified
Import ban on Chinese food products
Broad money expands, narrow money falls
World Consumer Rights Day – Voices for change
Joseph Zammit Tabona re-elected FOI president
Arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism
Malta to persevere in bid for fishing derogation


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