TOP NEWS | Tuesday, 12 November 2008

Shipyards projected sale revenue a state secret

David Darmanin

In an attempt to explain why revenue projections from the Shipyards privatisation have been omitted from Budget 2009, the Finance Ministry has raised further questions. >>

Unions team up against rise in utility bills

Karl Schembri

In a historic and unprecedented show of unity, all of Malta’s trade unions will team up this Friday to protest against government’s announced reform in utility tariffs. >>

BOV, HSBC announce interest rate cut

Utility tariffs not officially published yet after two weeks, FOI complains

Maltese casinos on alert as Italy gears up to open more casinos

Coldwell Banker named top real estate brand for ninth straight year

BOV installs recycling collection box at head office

HSBC issues the business high interest deposit account

People Solutions Embarks on new international strategy

Malta Enterprise retains international strategy despite slowdown

Obama blacklists Malta as tax haven

Integrating efficient planning

GlobalCapital kick starts the regeneration of the Gzira area

New Vodafone CEO to adopt a Stg 1 billion saving plan

Germany risks countrywide strike

Enter the dragon

Sense Group calls for collaboration with industry

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