9 OCTOBER 2002

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Depressed equity market holds investment opportunities
Malta’s equity market has not been spared the agony suffered by many of the world’s markets following 11 September 2001. But regardless of whether the sharp drop in equity prices registered between then and now has been spurred on by the events that saw many of the world’s economies repositioning themselves, on an albeit loose footing, the fact remains that equity prices listed on the Malta Stock Exchange have fallen substantially close to 13 months later. READ MORE >>

Need for stronger Maltese-Slovenian economic ties stressed
By Matthew Vella
The Chamber of Commerce yesterday hosted Slovenian President Milan Kucan, as part of his visit to the Maltese islands to address local businessmen and unions. READ MORE >>

France lambasted for refusal to adopt Ecofin agreement
European Union finance ministers lambasted France's refusal yesterday to sign up for a plan to reduce its structural deficit as quickly as other countries have agreed to at yesterday’s Ecofin meeting, which gathered the EU’s finance ministers in Luxembourg. READ MORE >>

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