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Economic Update

Issue 286

Broad difference in EU, Maltese pensions strategies
By Kurt Sansone
With most Europeans retiring before the statutory retirement age, increasing employment to ensure pensions are put on a sound financial basis may not be enough according to a joint report issued by the EU Commission and Council of Ministers in March this year. READ MORE >>

Finance and Economic Services launches EU information meetings for SMEs
By Matthew Vella
Parliamentary Secretary Edwin Vassallo yesterday launched a series of EU information meetings for small enterprises, each meeting for a different sector. READ MORE >>

MLP delegates talk of split if Cuschieri is deputy leader
The Labour Party’s post-election throes will possibly come to an end tomorrow with the election of two deputy leaders. But delegates speaking to The Malta Financial and Business Times said if Manwel Cuschieri is elected deputy leader, the move could provoke a split within the party. READ MORE >>

Allaying investor concerns in difficult times
Growth Investments General Manager David Curmi speaks to David Lindsay about today’s investor sentiment and the steps Growth is taking to keep investors better informed about their investments

Helping the world to communicate
Transport and Communications Minister Censu Galea delivers a World Telecommunications address. Galea highlights major developments in Malta’s communications sector and gives a glimpse of what’s in store for the future.


UK opposition to euro hits record high

Number of VAT inspections down in 2002

Eurobonds retreat, eurobourses rally

FOI discusses industry with Prime Minister







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