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15 October 2003
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Economic Update

Pension reform needs to include private funding - Dalli
adjustments to retirement age, payable pension and contributions in future pension changes
By Matthew Vella
The seminar on Promoting Adequate and Sustainable Pensions yesterday closed off with speeches by the two ministers spearheading the yet-to-happen pension reform. There were brave words from both Social Minister Lawrence Gonzi, whose ministry organised the seminar in conjunction with the European Commission, and Finance Minister John Dalli, both ministers being tagged as future runners for the PN’s top job once Eddie Fenech Adami takes his leave. READ MORE >>

Make or break time for PBS
- "It has come to me to bell the cat" – Austin Gatt
By Kurt Sansone
Government is ready to close down the public broadcasting service if no agreement on reforms is reached. This was the clear message delivered yesterday by Investments Minister Austin Gatt, who also admitted that every government administration since the 1970s helped contribute to the financial black hole. READ MORE >>

Tourism past, present and future
Malta Tourism Authority Marketing and Promotion Director Paul Galea speaks to The Malta Financial and Business Times about the trends in the local tourism industry and the future which lies ahead for the integral economic sector.

Becoming Europe’s most successful nation state
Finance and Economic Affairs Minister John Dalli speaks at Sunday’s JCB European, Middle East and African Regional Conference themed ‘Tapping the European and North African markets through Malta’.


Investment Registration Scheme 2003 in detail

Farsons eyes expansion, enter prelim agreement

Tomorrow’s Chamber annual conference to focus on single market scenario for SMEs

Bank of Valletta highlights internationalisation drive

















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