22 February 2006

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Italy blocks Maltese internet gaming sites
Matthew Vella
The Italian state will on Friday block 684 internet gaming sites which are considered to be illegal, to protect Italian gamers from “phishing” – the fraudulent acquisition of passwords and credit card details.

Malta gets pittance in tax from lucrative fish farms
Matthew Vella
The fish farm industry, a million-lira industry that has been vehemently criticised for its impact on marine ecology and tourism, has generated just Lm289,979 in tax in the last seven years.

Fimbank’s proposes scrap dividend of US$1.50
Fimbank’s Board of Directors are proposing that at the AGM, the shareholders approve a one for 5 bonus shares issues and a scrap dividend to those shareholders on the register at the close of trading at the end of this month. READ MORE >>

George Abela returns to haunt Tony Zarb
James Debono
Port workers have asked former General Workers Union legal advisor and former deputy leader of the Labour party Dr George Abela to act as their legal representative in negotiations with the government, on port reform


A disservice to i-gaming - George Mangion
The European Parliament has to discuss the real issues: the gambling issue READ MORE >>

If you can’t beat them
The supermarket scene is currently in turmoil with foreign-owned chains eyeing the small Maltese market and Maltese investors seeking ways and means of surviving the harsher competition that is developing. READ MORE >>

Information Technology

‘Our future is in ICT’ - Austin Gatt

IT and the changing role of HR

HP enhances storage portfolio to further customer IT consolidation

Vodafone passport wins best roaming award offering great price value

Trust receives the Best Strategy Award 2005


Joe Saliba and MLP reporter in clash over “lengthy interview”

When trade alone is not enough for peace

Gatt talks of Malta as technology capital city of the Med

Ustica lines to start operating

Survey of collective agreements

New directors appointed to HSBC Fund management

SMEs to benefit from new loan guarantee agreement

Investment and external trade in Malta

Adopting to the new reality of low cost airlines

Malta featured in Institute of Directors Europe publication

No comment from MSE over alleged insider report


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