TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 26 March 2008

Maltese telecoms market consolidating into a handful of quad-play operators, EU warns
Charlot Zahra
It is latest progress report on the implementation of the Single European Communications Market, the European Commission (EC) said that Malta’s communications market was consolidating into a handful of quad-play telecoms operators.

Unemployment drops but not in Gozo
David Darmanin
In the 12 months to February 2008, Malta experienced a decline in unemployment by 863 persons, whereas Gozo registered a slight increase of 18 – the National Statistics Office revealed yesterday.

Air Malta ranked most reliable baggage handler

DOK attestation body subcontracts to Sicily

Gateway to new markets

First company in Malta qualifies to certify credit card payment gateways and merchants

Hotel bed nights register January increase

VISET target a 3.3 percent increase over last year

Towards convergence

M.V. Hatta’s maiden call at Malta Freeport

WasteServ donates energy produced by Sant’ Antnin Waste Treatment Plant to Razzett tal-Hbiberija

Russia-Egypt in nuclear deal

US consumer confidence at a five-year low

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