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03 November 2004
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A tense and polarised atmosphere - Anglu Farrugia
By Kurt Sansone
Jack, a black factory worker lost his job in the last four years as his home town of Cleveland Ohio was shackled by rising unemployment. He blames the US government for looking the other way as it grew obsessed with the war in Iraq.

Former finance minister favours currency depreciation
By Kurt Sansone
As the government ponders its options on when best to join the exchange rate mechanism (ERM II) prior to adopting the single currency, in the opinion of one economist the Central bank should consider a gradual depreciation of the Lira irrespective of the decision when to adopt the Euro.

Bank of Valletta replies to security breach accusation
As the war of words continued to be waged between Investments Minister Austin Gatt and Opposition Leader Alfred Sant over the Malta Freeport’s spending in Brindisi Terminal Italia, Bank of Valletta yesterday replied to Austin Gatt’s accusation that a confidential letter was leaked from the Bank. READ MORE >>

Oracle rolls out new strategy for Malta
In a bid to capitalise on the SME market and to strengthen its position in the new EU member states, the Oracle Corporation is implementing a new strategy for Malta. DAVID LINDSAY speaks to Malta’s Oracle Business Development Manager Kevin Attard

Responsible entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility
Malta Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise President Louis Apap Bologna speaks at last week’s conference on the topical subject of ‘Responsible Entrepreneurship’ organised by the Chamber and Eurochambres under the auspices of the European Commission’s DG Enterprise. Following are extracts from his address


Slow economic recovery forecast

Budget 2004

VOIP calling card use surges nearly 50 per cent

FOBC bemoans lack of skilled workers

Call for EU to issue report cards on Lisbon agenda goals

BOV Group registers robust financial performance

Sneaky spyware becomes scourge of Internet




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