TOP NEWS | Tuesday, 31 October 2007

Actavis - no plans to cut Malta workforce after Icelandic take-over
Employees requested to sell back their share options to new majority shareholder
Charlot Zahra
Icelandic generic drug manufacturer Actavis has no plans to dispose of its plant in Malta and its workforce after being taken over by Icelandic investment firm Novator earlier this year.>>

Central Bank slams Sunday Times front page story
Charlot Zahra
The Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Malta (CBM) dismissed as “speculative claims” an article carried on the front page of last Sunday's edition of The Sunday Times about what might happen to the external reserves of the Central Bank once Malta adopts the euro next January.>>

Spiteri, Farrugia sceptical over Sant's taxation proposal

Two new managers for Frank Salt Real Estate

2.2 million hits on

Corinthia to issue bond to finance Libya project

Local TV stations up in arms as they face re-applying for their licences to broadcast on digital terrestrial

EU-funded project aimed at stimulating debate by civil society

BOV registers another record Lm43.7 million profit for year ending 30 September



Regulating the flux of convergence
Roberto Viola, Secretary General, AGCOM and Chairperson of the European Regulators' Group (ERG) explains to Charlot Zahra how the role of electronic communications regulators in the EU will change considerably as technologies in this sector converge >>

Costing the promises
Politicians are used to making promises, especially on the eve of an election. This year, and particularly after the budget announced by the Prime Minister, the leader of the Opposition has thought fit to make a large number of proposals as part of his party's electoral programme. >>

Will the global credit crunch hit us ?
George M. Mangion


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