TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 05 March 2008

Electoral impact on business minimal – GRTU, FOI
David Darmanin
As word on the street may link election times with slower business, spokespersons for the Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises (GRTU) and the Federation of Industry (FOI) told Business Today that complaints during the past weeks were at a minimum

New PN government would not raise VAT – Tonio Fenech
Charlot Zahra
Parliamentary Secretary in the Finance Ministry Tonio Fenech pledged that a new Nationalist Government would not raise Value Added Tax (VAT) from the present 18% rate. >

MHRA, MGA bless Sant's ideas on golf courses
David Darmanin
Other than the MLP, all parties seemed to have avoided talk on golf courses in their manifestos for the general elections. >>

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No more VAT please, we're Maltese
Parliamentary Secretary in the Finance Ministry Tonio Fenech spoke to Charlot Zahra about the Nationalist Party's electoral programme and Malta's economic situation, among other things >>

Business as usual
Elections have a nasty habit of disrupting the economy and creating a sense of uncertainty either because the election campaign seems to put many business decisions on hold and/or because of certain statements made by the respective party leaders, which tend to create an air of uncertainty. >>

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