TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Eden Group in talks to offer mobile phone services
David Darmanin
Come summer, any Maltese company may act as a mobile phone service operator through a system called Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Gonzi aims for reduction in dependence on fossil fuels
Charlot Zahra
Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi announced a series of measures in order to protect the environment while at the same time reducing the country's dependence on fossil fuels.

BoV, HSBC should make up for corporate tax cuts - AD
David Darmanin
Alternattiva Demokratika (AD) spokesperson for financial affairs Edward Fenech has suggested that the financing of tax reductions promised by the party should partially come from higher income tax rates applicable to the island's two banking giants. >>

Sant reiterates housing subsidy proposals

Former Smash TV GM to launch new family-oriented channel

Three road fatalities in Q4 2007

Peugeot launches new corporate website

Park and Ride service to be extended to other parts of Valletta

Corinthia Hotel Budapest voted among top Europe and world hotels at ‘TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice' awards

Euro-Label for e-Commerce transactions launched in Malta

Air Malta continues to register strong passenger figures

Insight Investment expands equity research team

Regional GDP per inhabitant in the EU27

SmartCity: in pursuit of expansion

Government to offer refurbished PCs to families in need and NGOs at a heavily reduced price

EU Commission orders raid on Intel offices

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Sustainability questioned
Alternattiva Demokratika spokesperson for financial affairs Edward Fenech finds issue with the way other political parties are putting forward proposals. Dubbing their promises “unsustainable” and “irrational”, he puts greener proposals on the table. Here he talks to DAVID DARMANIN >>

Tax less, collect more
The central issue in this election campaign has until now been taxation. >>

Can the credit crunch hit us?
As an emerging economy, Malta, within an enlarged eurozone, enjoyed rapid growth in 2007. This is commendable. But are we set to withstand the spreading global credit crunch and a possible recession in the US? >>



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