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17 March 2004
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Outgoing PM calls for ‘end to confrontation’, Sant fails to turn up
By Karl Schembi
Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami called for “an end to confrontation and divisions” so that the country could “move forward” during a Union Haddiema Maghqudin General Conference yesterday.
Referring to UHM’s proposals for a social pact, the prime minister said: “Now we have a concrete document for all social partners to discuss in the country’s interests.”

Farsons continues investment spree
By Kurt Sansone
Farsons will invest millions in a new brew house and enhanced soft drink production facilities in the coming months to strengthen its core brewing and bottling business. READ MORE >>

New mega-supermarket chain plans for Malta
- SISA to import its own brands
By Julian Manduca
Plans are underway to launch a new supermarket chain in Malta, The Malta Financial Business Times can reveal. Taking the void of the Priceclub that crashed so spectacularly, SISA supermarkets of Italy are planning to open up to seven supermarkets in Malta by the end of 2004. READ MORE >>

Malta, Libya and beyond
Heading up the multi-faceted Geot Trading Co., Simon Diacono has garnered a wealth of expertise in international trading and project implementation ranging from Malta to Libya to Vietnam. Here he details the company’s history, some of the major it has carried out and offers some valuable advice on doing business in Libya

Chambers of commerce as stimulators of enterprise
Malta Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise President Louis Apap-Bologna speaks at Friday’s meeting for EU accession countries’ chamber of commerce presidents held at the Malta Chamber. In his address, Apap-Bologna speaks about the commerce chambers’ role as stimulators of enterprise and lists five strategic areas deserving attention


We’re richer than we thought, and that’s bad news

Changes at the top

Malta Cruise Network launched, tax hurdle to be resolved post-membership

UHM sets the social pact ball rolling

Government debt, deficit fall well short of Maastricht criteria




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