TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 09 April 2008

Car sales slump bad news for public coffers
Motor Fair postponed indefinitely
David Darmanin
The pending car registration tax reform has resulted in what is probably the worst slump in car sales witnessed over the last decades. >>

MCESD to meet soon to discuss social partners’ agenda
Charlot Zahra
The Malta Council for Economic and Social Development (MCESD) will be meeting soon to discuss a number of issues which have been put on the agenda by the social partners, Business Today has learnt.

Government blamed for out-of-stock wines

English press ditches Malta as a holiday destination

Tonio Fenech accepts Alec Mizzi’s resignation as Malta Enterprise CEO

Government to receive a dividend from Malta International Airport plc

FOI warns shipping problems affecting Malta’s business competitiveness

Council of Ministers approves Malta’s request from EU Globalisation Fund to assist redundant VF, Bortex workers

New COO for Melita

Volksbank AG announces increased results

Sub-prime crisis to cost close to $1 trillion - IMF

Italy also suffers from automobile crunch


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