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27 NOVEMBER 2002
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‘A come back to life’ budget hits the road
Valletta, Monday - Finance minister John Dalli walked up the spiral stairs carrying the black budget suitcase. His personal secretary stood next to him together with the Finance minister’s Permanent secretary, followed by his bodyguard. He smiled as he walked calmly up to the President’s office to present what could very well be the last budget before the next general election. READ MORE >>

Budget friendly to SMEs, self-employed and R&D
By David Lindsay
Budget 2003 has been deemed as friendly to business in general and particularly to Malta’s small to medium size enterprises, which make up the backbone of Malta’s economy. READ MORE >>

  BUDGET 2003

Budgetary measures
Following are extracts from the section of Finance Minister John Dalli’s budget speech in which he outlines the budgetary measures being implemented in order to meet government targets over the medium term
Budget 2003 Reactions
Leo Brincat says Government has not and will not reach deficit-reduction targets

Big Bon bond announcement expected by end week
Three years of achievements overviewed at MTA Annual Conference
New accounting system at Air Malta
Maltese companies at the leading building materials fair in Dubai


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