TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 01 August 2007

GO disputes Melita's fixed line subscriber claims
Charlot Zahra
Telecoms operator GO has put into question arch-rival telecoms operator Melita's announcement last Friday that the Hello fixed line telephone service launched eight months ago had reached the 20,000 subscriber mark.

‘Last-minute rush' leads to extension of registration scheme
A last-minute rush by people interested in registering for their undeclared cash with the Central Bank of Malta before the introduction of the euro led the Finance Ministry to extend the registration scheme until 31 August. >>

Global Petroleum seeks extension of Maltese oil exploration agreement
Australian oil exploration company Global Petroleum announced in its quarterly report yesterday that its joint venture partner, German oil and gas company RWE Dea AG, is seeking to confirm a revised time frame for the Exploration Study Agreement (ESA) covering blocks 4 and 5 of Area 3 off the east of Malta with the Maltese government. >>

Central Bank of Malta leaves the central intervention rate unchanged

Diesel creeps up further

BOV and HSBC sponsor Green Energy generation at Palazzo Falson

“Help Dar Tal-Providenza” campaign launched

Dubai outsource zone eyes multiple growth potential

Maltese properties on the Coldwell Banker Previews international magazine

Deficit and debt statistics create confusion

SIS Ltd launches Innovative Telecommunications Services

GO backs LAN event for computer fans

HP earns top international Linux security certification

Merlin Computers launches HOT summer offers

Transforming the Communications industry
Gerald Fenech speaks to Malta Communications Authority Chairman Joseph V. Tabone on the implications and effects of the communications industry on our economy >>

Activity on the Stock Exchange
As the major capitalised companies begin announcing their half yearly results, it will be interesting to note if the stock market begins responding to the positive (or negative news) after almost a year of inaction. >>

Reuben Buttigieg
Financial Turnaround….and how to achieve it >>

The restructuring of Malta's economy (part 2 )
Adopting the Euro as a means to improve competitiveness >>



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