TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 21 November 2007

BritishJet to stop flying in May
Charlot Zahra
BritishJet, Malta's first low-cost airline launched more than two years ago, will be stopping its airline operations as from 1 May next year after its parent company, Malta Bargain Holidays, reached an agreement with the national airline which will see the latter becoming Malta Bargain Holidays's exclusive aircraft transport provider. >>

Datatrak registers loss in first half
Datatrak Holdings plc, listed on the alternative listings of the Malta Stock Exchange, registered a decrease in turnover compared to the previous financial year. >>

Commission unveils its vision for a modern single market

Award-winning bank comes to Malta

Actavis celebrates its long-service employees

Two new large format printers by Canon

Q3 manufacturing sales and employment down, investment

A hopeful manufacturing industry

Gozitan journalist wins Emirates-sponsored journalism award

HSBC Bank Malta plc maintains “good business growth

Construction output stable in the euro area



Sitting on the dock of the bay
Tony Cassar, former Chairman of Marsovin, speaks to David Darmanin about his new life after moving out of the fast lane. >>

Competitiveness is the name of the game
With just 40 odd days before the euro is adopted as our currency its attractions are tangible. >>

Taxing consumption not work
George M. Mangion
You will be forgiven if you think that after the announcement of the 2008 budget both political parties are being accused of promising too much. The Opposition is keen to launch its own promises based on four additional proposals whose true financial cost has been put in doubt.>>



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