TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 09 January 2008

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.>>

Government to shed remaining shares in Maltapost
David Darmanin
Minister for IT and Investments Austin Gatt yesterday announced an initial public offering of government's remaining 40% shareholding in universal postal service provider Maltapost plc, which until 2013 owns a monopoly over the provision of local postal services.>>

Oil crisis leads to a hefty increase in prices of agricultural commodities

Making your way through the EU Funding maze

50 Italian professionals in MIM seminar

Lombard's easy route to government property

HSBC launches 12-month deposit account at 4.3 per cent interest rate

Malta pays its share of the ECB's share capital and foreign reserves

Maltese Foreign Affairs Ministry advises against travel to Kenya

Air Malta fares are now inclusive of taxes and charges

Chamber, FOI sign MOU for eventual merger within six months' time

Credit Europe Bank starts operating in Malta

New biological risks at European places of work identified

Up and down on the MSE


Life of the Rotarian
International property tycoon Joseph Farrugia speaks to David Darmanin about his adventurous business life and the cruel politics that came with it>>

Challenges of a changing world
With the cost of oil reaching USD$100 a barrel, we are entering a new age of expensive energy with serious consequences for the way we live and on national economies. >>

Making a euro cross
The new year gave birth to a new form of cynicism precisely that of combating the euro hype.
NECC reminds us that euro is extremely important to us
. >>



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