TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 25 July 2007

Social partners cautious about pre-Budget document
The social partners were generally cautious in their reactions to the pre-Budget document presented by Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi last Saturday as they still had to analyse the contents of the 155-page document. >>

Melita Cable share transfer deal to be signed tomorrow
Charlot Zahra
The agreement for the transfer of telecoms operator Melita Cable's shares from the Gasan Group to the UK-based equity firm GMT Group Communications Partners will be signed tomorrow, Melita Cable CEO Philip Micallef told BusinessToday. >>

Easyjet might soon start operating in Malta
Sarah Attard Gialanze
Sources told Business Today that the low cost airline Easyjet is close to signing an agreement with the government to start operating to and from Malta. >>

Malta benefits from Spanish student flood
Gerald Fenech and Sarah Attard Gialanze
A large influx of Spanish students which have put hotel and host family occupancy at record levels has had an extremely positive effect on the tourist industry this year, sources told Business Today.

Ministry of Health shirks responsibility for St Luke's migration to Mater Dei

BOV sponsors AFM concert at Verdala Palace

Bond markets news

Visions clinch HSBC Young Enterprise company of the year award

SmartCity to go green

Emirates extends online check-in

Huge increase for cruise line passengers

VISET Malta plc appoints new Chairman

HP to Acquire SPI Dynamics

HP named software leader

From MIC to Forum Malta fl-Ewropa
Forum Malta fl-Ewropa (FME) Chief Executive Officer DR GABRIELLA PACE explains to Charlot Zahra how the FME is fulfilling its wider remit of consultation and providing information on funding opportunities in the EU >>

Planning the final budget
It is a known fact the forthcoming Budget will definitely be the last one for the Gonzi government.>>

George M. Mangion
The silence is deafening >>

The restructuring of Malta's economy (part 1)
With a GDP of around €4.9 billion and a population of some 400,000, Malta is the smallest and most densely populated EU Member State >>



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