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14 May 2003
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Economic Update

Issue 285

In EU aftermath, state finances reveal Malta’s economic burden
Concern was expressed to The Malta Financial and Business Times yesterday over the state of Government’s finances for 2002, which have revealed yet more shortcomings in the administration’s performance for the last year with figures harking back to the darker days of the pre-1998 economy. READ MORE >>

Confirmed: BoV chairman to head Maltacom Group
Kurt Sansone
Government yesterday officially announced that BOV chairman Joseph F.X. Zahra is to be appointed chairman of Maltacom on Friday during the Group’s annual general meeting.READ MORE >>

Investment repatriation scheme should be extended
Jesmond Mizzi is a young up and coming independent investment adviser who has set up his own company to give advice to Maltese investors. Julian Manduca visited him in his Valletta offices.

The future of Malta’s information society
Information Technology and Investment Minister Austin Gatt addresses the HP NSPBU Solution Partner Symposium, during which he outlines how Malta’s information society got to the developed level at which it is and expounds on where it is heading in the future.


Cost effectiveness, strategic diversification lead to BoV profits surge

FOI reactions to state of government finances

Leadership contestants say Labour should vote down treaty

Stoll Reisen chooses Malta for organised trips







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