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12 March 2003
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Labour revolt quashed by Sant’s timely action

It was revealed to The Malta Financial and Business Times yesterday that when meeting with the National Executive on Monday, Opposition leader Alfred Sant scolded members of the executive for looking at this weekend’s referendum in terms of mere numbers. READ MORE >>

Local council success for pro-EU parties

The local council elections have reaffirmed the majority of seats in the hands of the Nationalist Party, and a strong return for Alternattiva Demokratika. READ MORE >>

Labour MPs take different tack

While Labour Leader Dr Alfred Sant has been clear that the issue of EU membership has been decided, several Labour MPs are not so sure. None of the MPs contacted yesterday wished the referendum result to be ignored, none claimed that ‘Partnership’ had won, and none excluded a possible referendum on membership should Labour be elected in the forthcoming election. READ MORE >>

Mystery shopping in the year of the back sheep
Is your company not selling as much as you believe it should? Do you sometimes get the distinct feeling your sales manager is not performing to the best of her or his abilities? Maybe you should be speaking to Anna Maria Darmanin. Julian Manduca did exactly that.

Strengthening links with Maltese business
Addressing the ‘Strengthening links with Maltese business’ symposium organised by the University of Malta’s Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy, Economic Services Minister Josef Bonnici highlights Malta Enterprise, the recently launched National Industrial Policy, trade liberalisation, FDI incentives and the quality of the Maltese workforce. Following are extracts from his address


Social partners give ‘Yes’ vote two thumbs up

US, Britain may extend Iraq deadline

Election Monitor
Prime Minister confident of election victory as skeletons return to their graves

Labour’s difficult uphill struggle






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