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16 July 2003
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Data Protection Act in full operation
By Matthew Vella
The much-awaited Data Protection Act (DPA), a formal safeguard from the abuse of privacy through individuals’ personal details, became fully operational yesterday after having been unanimously approved in Parliament in December 2001. READ MORE >>

EU rejects French budget leniency bid, warns of fines
- French Central Bank chief nominated to head ECB
European Union finance ministers have rejected French President Jacques Chirac's calls for a temporary exemption from EU budget rules, saying France risks fines if the deficit tops the limit for the third time in 2004 READ MORE >>

MTA sees more pros than cons from Libyan Lm2.7 billion tourism investment
The Malta Tourism Authority has identified more pros than cons from Libya’s multi-billion dollar tourism investment plan and is viewing the development in an overall positive light, with the only troubling point being the risk of dilution brought about by additional bed stock in the Mediterranean region.READ MORE >>

Privacy secured
How will your business be affected by the new Data Protection Act? MATTHEW VELLA speaks to Data Protection Commissioner Prof. John Mamo

Europe’s date with destiny
President Guido de Marco addressed the Wider, deeper stronger, conference on EU enlargement at London’s House opf Commons. Following are extracts from his speech.


Continuation of industrial zone cleanups

Berlusconi’s comment has Erika undertone

APL shifts Mediterranean operations from Gioia Tauro to Malta Freeport

MV Maltese Falcon as new after extensive refurbishing










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