TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 02 April 2008

Diesel price-hike to rock the market – Reggie Fava
David Darmanin
Six months after government signed a voluntary agreement with individual importers on product pricing, the agreed period stabilising consumer prices elapsed on Monday.

Grand Harbour Marina registers record revenues
David Darmanin
The first year of Grand Harbour Marina’s (GHM) management takeover by Camper & Nicholsons has Monday proved a remarkable improvement in financial performance.

MIA CEO excludes reduction in airport landing charges
Charlot Zahra
Malta International Airport (MIA) Chief Executive Julian Jaeger, who was appointed in his post at the beginning of the year, excluded a reduction in the Maltese airport’s landing charges.

Loss of foreign exchange revenue could dent BOV’s mid-year profits

‘Greening’ business

Tourism arrivals up by 13.4% in February

13 years later, Malta–US initial new double-taxation treaty

Air Malta starts operating to new airport terminals

HSBC installs new ATM at Mater Dei Hospital

Middlesea Group employees participate in CSR day

MCA accuses Commission of “pre-empting matters” in declaring GO’s dominance in fixed telephony

112 new companies will base their operations at Dubai Internet City

Partnership Agreement signed between Air Malta and MFCC

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