TOP NEWS | Tuesday, 26 November 2008

The luxury of non-compliance

No fines for Enemalta for late submission of accounts

David Darmanin

Whereas late submissions of company accounts would normally result in hefty fines, Enemalta is exempt from such proceedings, in spite of it having delayed its submission of audited accounts by more than two years now. >>

Air Malta not to follow BA footsteps in surcharge reduction

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