22 June 2005

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Prime Minister had refused Marlene Mizzi’s resignation
James Debono
Former Sea Malta Chairman Marlene Mizzi revealed that Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi had “absolutely refused” to accept her resignation when she met him on 8 June. Talking to The Malta Financial and Business Times she also voiced her disappointment at the Prime Minister’s innuendoes on “well briefed” opposition spokesmen.

Gonzi’s pharma ‘silicon valley’ faces hurdles
Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi’s announcement that his government is planning to establish a pharmaceutical “Silicon Valley” in Malta at the Generic Pharmaceuticals Conference on Monday, has definitely raised a few sceptical eyebrows. READ MORE >>

AD’s rent campaign based on speculation - Housing Authority Chairperson
Michaela Muscat
Alternattiva Demokratika’s rent campaign came in for some heavy criticism yesterday by Housing Authority Chairperson Marisa Micallef, who described the statements made by the party’s chairperson as dishonest and misleading.

Ranting about rent
The Green Party has kickstarted its campaign to collect some 30,000 signatures asking for a referendum to be held to abrogate the 1939 rent laws and the law granting Government powers to requisition property. READ MORE >>

Racing the ‘teflon dollar’- can the euro catch up?
“The euro has to go," Maroni the Italian minister from the Northern League Party said last month. In his opinion it has caused devastating price increases for the average Italian family and made the small and medium-sized companies that are the core of the Italian economy uncompetitive. READ MORE >>

Information Technology

Powerware receives Frost & Sullivan award for market share

Affordable TFT screens


MIA cheaper than main European airports

Credit wars

Malta’s EU funds in the balance

White taxi detour

Betfair threatens full move to Malta if UK raises tax

Middlesea posts strong results

BOV trade visit to the Carthage Investment Forum

maltaNET offers businesses free overseas telephone calls

Queen Elizabeth 2 at Valletta Waterfront

Emirates Golf Challenge winners

Burger King employees celebrate 10 years of service

Major upgrading project for Sunny Coast Resort Club

Freeport invests millions

Global Group management training

Fujitsu Siemens rolls out new tower server

Trade Unions meet Chamber of Commerce

Middlesea sponsors javelin athlete

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