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18 February 2004
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Economic Update

Dalli outlines agenda for social pact
Addressing councillors at the Pietà Nationalist party club yesterday, Finance and Economic Affairs Minister John Dalli called on the labour opposition, the business community, civil society and trade unions to come together to herald a social pact. The finance and economic affairs minister, who is a contestant in the election for a leader of the Nationalist party, put forward his agenda for a social pact. READ MORE >>

Galea promises national employment action plan by October
Education Minister Louis Galea yesterday outlined the government’s objectives behind a National Action Plan for Employment (NAP) which should be finalised by October. READ MORE >>

PN leadership campaign heats up
The leadership chess game entered its second week with the three contenders for the PN’s top post strategically addressing high profile ministerial press conferences which had much to do with their respective election strategies.

Opportunities ripe for business with Libya
Libyan-Maltese Chamber of Commerce President Anthony Micallef sees a great deal of opportunities emerging from Malta’s southern neighbour and gives some advice on dealing with the country, which is poised to burst onto the international business scene. Here he speaks to David Lindsay.

Two countries, many common goals, one vision
Latvian President Dr Vaira Vike-Freiberga, speaks at Monday’s state dinner hosted by Maltese President Prof. Guido de Marco. In her address, Dr Vike-Freiberga focuses on future co-operations between the two soon-to-be EU members


Last trade fairs in Naxxar 2007

Lm5 million upfront in privatisation drive

Dalli – sharing vision and financial adroitness
Galea – speaking like a prime minister
Gonzi plays campaign ‘tough’ card

HSBC reopens refurbished operations centre after Lm5m investment

Economic crisis leads businessmen to desperation - GRTU chief alleges






















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