08 November 2006

The Web
Business Today

A taxing question

Download the front page of Business Today in PDF format

Collaborating partners:

Malta Today

Search Malta - Gozo and Comino too!

Almost half already tax-free
James Debono
51.5 per cent of those opting for a single rate and 38.3 per cent of those opting for a joint tax return will not benefit from the tax cuts announced in the budget because they are already tax-free. Cumulatively, the tax cuts will not touch 46 per cent of contributors.

Not very comfortable’ about Smart City plans
While hailing the Smart City project as a “step forward” for the ICT industry in Malta, the president of the Malta Employers’ Association Pierre Fava is “not very comfortable” with the extent of the non-ICT development being contemplated by the foreign investors. READ MORE >>

Camper & Nicholsons to launch Malta managed marina fund
Karl Stagno-Navarra
It has been announced in London that investors are being invited to participate in a EUR200 million fund that is set to be launched by the best known name in yachting Camper & Nicholsons.

Former Air Malta employee was ‘Al Qaeda’ boss in UK
34 year-old Dhiren Barot, who worked for five years at Air Malta’s offices as a ticketing clerk in Regent Street, London, was yesterday jailed for a minimum 40 years by a British court, that found him guilty of being the boss of a British al-Qaeda cell, that plotted to kill thousands with bomb attacks and a fleet of limousines packed with explosives. READ MORE >>



‘Plastic’ meals or free travel by
George Mangion
The famous remark amongst other jibes by Michael was that passengers would rather pay a lower price than be fooled into paying a legacy airline service at an exorbitant fare


An employer’s point of view
The Malta Employers’ Association has advised government to watch out for greater wage gaps in the economy, which might be created if Smart City does materialise since more IT jobs will be in demand and other occupations will be getting a lower salary.READ MORE >>

Information Technology

Dial-it attends Expo fair

Bundling offers a success

OKI printing receives highest Japanese design accolade


The EU and the Mediterranean

Survey puts Xarabank top but 35% have no a favourite programme

New management appointments at The Victoria Hotel complex

Farming tuna to extinction

Commemoration emphasises importance of insurance training

Industrial confidence in manufacturing falls

Malta less corrupt than most new EU member states


Business Today is published weekly on Wednesdays.
Our website is updated weekly on Thursdays
Copyright © MediaToday., Malta
Editor: Matthew Vella
Business Today, MediaToday, Vjal ir-Rihan, San Gwann
Tel: (356) 2138 2741 | Fax: (356) 2138 5075 | E-mail