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3 March 2004
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Josef Bonnici earmarked for finance ministry
- Dalli appears ready to vacate Auberge d’Aragon
Profs Josef Bonnici is being earmarked as the next finance minister by the Lawrence Gonzi think tank. Profs Bonnici, best remembered as an academic who will have to match the robust and energetic Finance and Economic Affairs Minister John Dalli.

Jobs, business and the economy: what Lawrence Gonzi promised
By Kurt Sansone
It should not be a tall order for prime minister to-be Lawrence Gonzi to try and reconcile the promises made during the leadership campaign with the electoral pledges of the PN manifesto.
The former were lacking in content, while the latter was simply an EU bulletin bereft of concrete measures.

New lease on life for St George’s Bay
Tourism Minister Dr Francis Zammit Dimech speaks to DAVID LINDSAY about the long-overdue St George’s Bay development and the added value it is expected to bring to Malta’s ‘golden mile’ of hotels

Strengthening the FOI for the years ahead
Malta Federation of Industry President Anton Borg addresses last week’s FOI Annual General Meeting and warns that industry should no longer rely on or look towards government to create jobs. Following are extracts from his speech, in which he also speaks about a change of premises for the Federation, Malta’s prohibitive tax regime, the Federation’s recent exchange of views with social partners and political parties and on strengthening the organisation for the years ahead


Non-EU beef imports await lethal blow upon accession

Legal Notice to allow applications for GMOs meets opposition

MHRA agrees golf course should be sited on degraded land

Maltese lawyers not prepared for EU accession

The Income Funds - providing returns in uncertain times





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