TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 28 November 2007

Moody’s confirms Malta’s credit rating with a warning
Charlot Zahra

International credit rating agency Moody’s has confirmed its Aa1 ceiling for Malta’s foreign currency debt and A2 for the country’s foreign currency bank deposits. The outlook has remained positive.>>

Financial institutions mum on Labour’s proposal for a financial services centre at City Gate
There was total silence by those financial institutions that will be directly affected by the Labour Party’s proposal in the Grand Harbour regional development plan to build a financial services’ centre at City Gate and the former Opera House to complement the Stock Exchange and the Central Bank of Malta.>>

SmartCity Malta raises country’s profile in Global ICT Industry

TECOM Investments praised by global business leaders at EFQM forum in Athens

President’s Award Malta focuses on training

Emirates places orders for 143 aircraft worth over US $34.9 billion

Promoting the benefits of Short Sea Shipping


Unsubstantiated allegations
I am directed by the Commission for the Administration of Justice to refer to the article by George M. Mangion under the heading “Money laundering has become an issue” that appeared in the issue of 18th April 2007 of your paper.>>


French euro lessons
National Euro Changeover Committee (NECC) Executive Director Alan Camilleri spoke to Charlot Zahra about the final preparations before €-day on 1 January and the philosophy behind the infamous Price Stability Agreements. >>

In the exception, the rule
It is said that after prostitution, realty is the oldest existing profession. Many are convinced that by using the services of either, one stands to get screwed. David Darmanin puts Mike Bonello to the test.>>

EU funding spree
EU projects consultant Daniele Fantechi talks to David Darmanin about why he feels it was a wise decision to move his business setup to Malta.>>

The next generation
With just 40 odd days before the euro is adopted as our currency its attractions are tangible. >>

A city built for gentlemen
Last week the headline news on Times of Malta augured a bumper Christmas for Valletta shops. This is not only a result of the laying of porfido tiles and savvy street decorations which are considered so spectacular that they warrant the Prime Minister’s personal attendance on its inauguration.>>



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