TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 11 June 2008

Agreement on Working Time Directive finally reached
Charlot Zahra
After years of wrangling, EU Social Policy Ministers Monday reached political agreement on the EU Directive concerning certain aspects of the organisation of working time, better known as the Working Time Directive (WTD).

Malta to retain higher withholding tax from bank accounts abroad
David Darmanin
With effect from 1 July, individual savers banking in EU member states other than the country of residence will be subject to a withholding tax increase of 5 per cent, to 20 per cent when compared to the 15 per cent rate agreed on with the publication of the savings tax directive in 2005.

NSO registers slower growth rate for Jan-March quarter

Maltese hotelier garners UK media’s attention

Gaming revenue jumps 7% - LGA

Tonio Fenech addresses IFS Seminar

LGA responds to BT story on ‘tightening of e-gaming licences’

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