TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 08 August 2007

US venture capital fund firm invests in 3G Telecommunications
Third 3G mobile phone licence to be awarded ‘shortly'
Charlot Zahra
The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) will be shortly be awarding the third 3G mobile phone licence to 3G Telecommunications Limited, BusinessToday has learnt from reliable sources in the telecoms field. >>

MCA Chairman's comments on mobile phone tariffs
Vodafone accuses Tabone of being “out of sync” with market realties
Charlot Zahra
Mobile phone operator Vodafone (Malta) Limited has reacted angrily to MCA Chairman Joseph V. Tabone's comments in an interview with BusinessToday last week that in the past three years, the downward trend in mobile phone tariffs has “stalled somewhat”. >>

MFSA cancels Montaigne Investment (Malta)'s investment services licence

BT columnist asked to testify on corruption allegations

Plaza moves up

60,351 Maltese travelling abroad by catamaran or ferry

3i poised to take stake in Oiltanking Malta

Lombard Bank profit up by 26 per cent at mid-year

VFM announces fantastic offers on its Multi Manager Funds

BOV at the forefront of the Euro changeover preparations

Malta Institute of Management presents research paper to Minister for Tourism

Emirates opens dedicated flight catering facility

British American Tobacco inaugurates new premises

Gozo Business Chamber concerned about Sa Maison service

Increased tourism to Gozo expected

HP partners Warner Bros.

HP supports HSBC Life Cycle Malta Challenge 2007

Microsoft slashes Xbox price

Transforming US-Maltese relations
Interview with Ambassador Molly Bordonaro on us-maltese relations and how these have developed over the past years >>

The inexorable rise of oil
Last week was another worrying one for the world as crude oil reached a new record on the New York Mercantile Exchange of USD 78.41 per barrel, a high last reached in summer of 2006 after prices had been hovering between a low of USD 51 in January and a maximum of around USD 65 in April. >>

Carrot and stick
George M. Mangion writes about the perceived success of the financial assets registration scheme (or the lack of it) >>

The restructuring of Malta's economy (part 3 )
Adopting the Euro as a means to improve competitiveness >>



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