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07 May 2003
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Economic Update

Issue 284

Alfred Sant expected to win with 75 per cent of the vote
When Labour Party delegates are called to express their vote on 15 May to select the person to lead the party, it is widely expected that Alfred Sant will win but his vote will not be higher than 75 per cent. READ MORE >>

2025: A Pensions Odyssey
Matthew Vella
Finance and Economic Services Minister John Dalli revealed earlier last week that the grey-haired time-bomb was ticking quite loudly, as Government entered into the first weak swings of addressing the long overdue pensions problem. READ MORE >>

Central Bank not worried about use of Euro in retail outlets
Julian Manduca
With Malta on its way to becoming an EU member in May 2004, it is likely that more and more tourists will expect to be able to use the Euro when visiting Malta. READ MORE >>

Hands on the wheel, eyes on the roads
Roads, those beleaguered roads. How does Transport and Communications Minister face up to the nation’s woes on those dreaded potholes? MATTHEW VELLA speaks to Censu Galea.

The Euro: one year on
Excerpts from a speech delivered by Vice President of the European Central Bank Lucas Papademos during the presentation of the ECB’s Annual Report 2002 to the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament


No cause for alarm on SARS object contamination says Health and Safety Authority

Reducing the number of cars on the road

Louis Galea addresses EU Council meeting on education

Corinthia expands its operations in Hungary







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