TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 14 January 2009

More Internet Cable incidents likely to happen in Mediterranean

Charlot Zahra

An article in this week’s edition of the prestigious scientific magazine “New Scientist” has warned that more submarine cable breaks were in store for this year under the Mediterranean Sea.>>

MIDI €30m bond issue oversubscribed

Chris Paris named GHRC CEO

Financial services: Commission launches consultation on review of Prospectus Directive

New First Vice President joins the marketing team of FIMBank PLC

ECB interest rate decision tomorrow

Getting your hands on EU money

BOV migrates all Gold and Platinum Credit Cards to Chip and PIN technology

PKF International moves up to 11th in IAB world survey

Insight Investment Achieves British Standards Institute Security Certification

Prime Minister presented with Principles of Maltese Taxation publication

Germany to ban excessive public borrowing in Constitution

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